Johannesburg Netball Association vice chairperson, Jane NwaHlengani Mbombi, reveals that to be a great leader you need to adapt to daily changes. #GoGirls #WCW
SASCOC Vice-President, Lwandile Simelane and Vice-Chairperson of ASA Athletes Commission, Kesa Molotsane, share vital tips as you embark on your journey to success in leadership.
Maia Chaka regards her history-making NFL appointment as the first black woman official as an accomplishment for all women, her community and culture.
Award-winning Kenyan sports journalist, Evelyn Watta, is using her role as Vice President of AIPS to mentor future journalists through the Youth Reporters Programme. She chats about her inspiring journey and aspirations.
Blue Bulls Rugby Union elects University of Pretoria’s Professor Susan Adendorff as the first woman Vice-President. She chats about her historic appointment.
Newly elected SA Gymnastics Federation Second Vice-President, Keolebogile Mokolopo, is hoping to use her decade-long leadership experience to positively develop the sport. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey.
The Iron Lady of football, Natasha Tsichlas, gracefully declines the SAFA Vice-President position, allowing for the reinstatement of Ria Ledwaba.
A decade ago, Selina Munsamy began her sporting journey recording scores during local matches for Tongaat Cricket Union in KwaZulu-Natal. Today, she leads the way as Hollywoodbets KZN Women’s Cricket […]
While recognising strides improving women’s representation in sports codes, Sport and Recreation SA Acting Director-General Sumayya Khan has called for greater commitment following the release of the EPG status report into Sport Transformation
The South African Football Association launched the long-awaited SAFA Women’s National League ahead of the opening round of fixtures this weekend that will see Bloemfontein Celtic getting the ball rolling against University of Western Cape on Saturday