UWC Women’s Football Club striker and leading goalscorer, Khanya Xesi, picked up the Varsity Football Golden Boot as the team were crowned champions of the 2021 Varsity Football Cup #GoGirls
Marizanne Kok celebrates 13 years in the industry this year, and has finally found recognition on the Momentum gsport Awards stage, and the 2020 Woman in Print winner is keen to use her latest accolade to pave the way for future female journalists.
UJ head coach, Jabulile Baloyi, speaks on her team’s fighting spirit that ensured they retained their USSA title at Wits stadium last week
Wits University head coach, Nthabeleng Modiko and captain, Thelma Mahlangu, speak on their excitement on qualifying for next year’s Varsity Women’s Football tournament and claiming third position at the recently concluded USSA campaign
UP-Tuks Sevens player Rumandi Potgieter has taken up rugby with aplomb after having previously featured for the university’s netball team and is hoping to help her side claim the inaugural Varsity 7’s tournament this weekend
Educational commitments force team changes on Basetsana coach Simphiwe Dludlu, who names an amended squad to take part in the first-ever U20 COSAFA Championship, in Nelson Mandela Bay from 1 August
The UJ netball team won the Premier A section in the USSA tournament at Wits earlier this month, and have promised to continue to strive for promotion after narrowly losing the promotion-relegation match against UWC
Tuks did enough to book their place in Monday’s semi-final at the NWU Astro when they beat Wits 3-0.
Wits may have caused the upset of the tournament when Nomnikelo Veto scored the final penalty to hand Wits a 2(3)-2(2) win against Maties at the NWU Astro.
A Gauteng-derby at the foot of Table Mountain. Yes, that was the situation at the UCT Astro when UJ took on Wits in the third game of day four of the Varsity Hockey weekend. UJ managed to take the honours in the derby by beating Wits 2-1 in a close encounter.