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Banyana, Bafana & Proteas Seek Glory In 2019

Three of South Africa’s national sporting teams are in action this year. 2019 is a busy sporting year. There’s the FIFA Women’s...

Why the Mother City can’t accommodate its own football clubs

The City of Cape Town have expressed surprise at Cape Town City F.C. (CTCFC) coach Benni McCarthy’s statement of outrage regarding the team's upcoming...

How Banyana Banyana won 2017

By winning the Cosafa Cup in September this year, Banyana Banyana has become the pride of the nation. Their superb display was the result...

Ada Hegerberg Deserves RESPECT

It's nearly the end of 2018 and we are still having the exact same conversations about women in football. Conversations constantly arise calling for...

It’s 2018 And Football Is Still A Chauvinist’s Safe Space

There is a pervasive notion that football belongs to men. The sport has historically been dominated by male players, male commentators and male supporters....

SAFA Says No Truth To Banyana Bonus Report

Banyana Banyana and the South African Football Association are reportedly in a dispute over the payment of bonuses to the women's team. However, SAFA...

“Workers Cup” Producer Ramzy Haddad On Prioritising Workers In Film

Migrant workers around the world work in very dangerous conditions and live in even worst conditions. The Workers Cup is a documentary...

GSports Founder Kass Naidoo On Being A Sporting Pioneer

Gsports is a non-profit organisation which was started in 2006 with the aim of increasing coverage and attention around women in sport. On 23 May,...

“One size fits all’ doesn’t hold water when it comes to...

Nomvuyo Treffers is the founder of Swimma, a company that sells swimming caps for women with dreadlocks, braids, long and high volume...

Six women we’re backing to slay at this year’s Paralympics

While we’re incredibly proud of our Olympians for their ten medals from #Rio2016, we know that our Paralympic team will give us plenty to...

Nigeria’s World Cup Kit Is Fire!

On Wednesday night, Nike unveiled the 2018 World Cup kits for the England and Nigerian team, joining the nineteen out of the 32 teams...

The Hottest Kits Of The 2018 FIFA World Cup

The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia on 14 June. The month long tournament is the most highly anticipated event for football...

South African women are slaying at the Special Olympics Winter Games

Bianca Basson, Thato Serepedi, Joanne Crowley and Caroline Mignolet are four South African athletes slaying in the figure-skating competition at the Special Olympics, which...

Massive Support Shown As Proteas Head To West Indies

The Proteas Women are going to West Indies for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's T20 World Cup. The tournament - taking place from...

Hashim Amla reaches a century of Test caps

Soon after he hit his stride on the pitch and became a household name, supporters of Hashim Amla appeared at stadiums sporting...

#SexistSA: Why isn’t SuperSport broadcasting the women’s soccer World Cup?

The Fifa women’s World Cup began last Friday in Canada, but how many South Africans are even aware of the event? We certainly aren’t...

We Speak To SA’s Future Football Stars Headed To Spain

Four young South Africans plus a young football coach have been granted the opportunity of a lifetime. They have headed off to Spain where...

All Hail Aliou Cisse, Africa’s Coach At The World Cup Who...

The youngest coach at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The only black African coaching a team at the World Cup. Probably the coolest presence...

We’re Backing These Proteas Players To Slay At The World Cup

The International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup kicks off on June 24th until July 23rd 2017. This year's competition is being...

World number one bowler Kagiso Rabada is #BlackExcellence

On Tuesday afternoon, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that the South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has displaced Jimmy Anderson as the Number...
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