Following the recent media warnings about an increase in Great White shark activity, the residents of Cape Town have one less thing to worry about now that one of the popular surf brands, O’Neill, has stepped in to sponsor the Shark Spotting Campaign.
Popular demand for participation in Cell C’s 5th Take a Girl Child to Work Day has pushed corporate registration figures to an all time high, giving testimony to the continued relevance and significance of the mobile network operator’s flagship national campaign.
The South African Hockey Association (SAHA) is allowing the national women’s selectors a new opportunity to identify the best players nationally, at the inaugural running of a brand-new tournament.
Five Gauteng-based athletes have been selected for the SA Women’s 8km team which will represent South Africa at the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) Southern Region Cross Country Championships.
The South African Sailing Youth National Championships were sailed at Aeolians and Stilbaai Yacht Clubs at Vaaldam between 12 – 22 December 2006, in a number of classes to cater for all disciplines and age groups.
The 2006/2007 Vodacom Beach Clean Up campaign has surpassed expectations by clearing a total of 43, 914 bags of marine litter from the South African coastline over the festive season. The project started on December 16 and ran until January 8 at twenty-three selected beaches, and provided work for over 240 previously unemployed individuals.
Beach volleyball players, touch rugby and soccer enthusiasts, surfers, lifesavers and surf ski paddlers are looking forward to enjoying pristine playgrounds at selected beaches around the country during the Vodacom Beach Clean Up which takes place from 16 December 2006 until 8 January 2007.
gsport approached GustMag.com Editor and kiteboarding enthusiast Janet Lightbody to learn about a day in the life of an ‘amped’ wind-freak, and we walked away pretty impressed with this girl, who breathes life and energy in her words. Read on to find out just what it is that switches Janet on every day, including her […]
The finals of the third edition of the Street Cricket League were battled out in Harlem and Washington Streets, Langa on Friday, with some hard-fought games requiring inventive fielding as balls were sent into backyards and beyond, and with catches being taken around corners, and off the odd roof.
Novice surfers Constance Haas (Plumstead, U12), Sabrina Scott (Glencairn, U14) and current U16 girl’s ratings leader Kirsten Kingma will be looking to push home their advantage as the second of three Kahuna Surf Series events kicks off at Melkbosstrand this weekend.