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South Africa's national women's cricket team is getting ready to depart for the West Indies ahead of their participation at the ICC Women's World T20 from November 9-24. The sixth edition of the 10-team tournament will take place across three venues Antigua, Saint Lucia and Guyana. South Africa will play in Group A in St Lucia against defending champions West Indies, England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Group B comprise Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Ireland. Here is Proteas captain Dane van Niekerk talking about the make-up of the team, the competition they are up against as well as their intensions.
Simphiwe Dludlu, head coach of South Africa’s U 17 women’s football team has called up 26 players to report for camp as preparations for the FIFA World Cup continue. The world cup is less than a month away and takes place in Uruguay from November 13 to December 1. The 10 day camp is currently taking place in Johannesburg. Channel Africa’s Rachel Makhura spoke to coach Simphiwe Dludlu.
Simphiwe Dludlu, former captain and defender of the country's national women's football team (Banyana Banyana) and the current coach of South Africa's national U17 women's football team on Thursday launched her much awaited Simphiwe Dludlu Foundation. It has been a lifelong dream of Dludlu as the foundation aims to help young girls see the bigger picture of life even in their difficult circumstances.
South African Netball Captain Bongiwe Msomi named Sports Woman of the year for the second year in succession
South African netball star Bongiwe Msomi was named Sports Woman of the year at Tuesday night's KwaZulu-Natal Sport Awards held at the Durban ICC. Msomi who is also captain of the country's national women's netball team bagged the prestigious Sportswoman of the Year award for the second year in succession. She caught up with Channel Africa's Rachel Makhura to speak about her award, the disappointing Quad Series outing in Australia and New Zealand as well as her coaching clinic taking place this weekend.
Desiree Ellis, coach of South Africa’s national women’s football team says the two international friendlies against Chile next month will help prepare them for the 2018 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations tournament. Banyana Banyana are fresh from winning a record 5th COSAFA Women’s Championship title in Port Elizabeth this past weekend. Channel Africa’s Rachel Makhura spoke to coach Desiree Ellis.
Mpho Makhoba is a woman on a mission. The current Tennis South Africa Development Manager walked away with three coveted awards at both the 2018 GSport Awards and the 2018 Gauteng Sports Awards this past weekend for her unequaled spirit and tireless work which is steadily building development of Tennis in South Africa. She spoke to Channel Africa’s Mosibudi Makhura.
South Africa’s national womens’ football team- Banyana Banyana are getting ready to play hosts for the very first time to this year’s Cosafa Women’s Championships. The tournament takes place in Port Elizabeth, in the Easter Cape Province from the 12-22nd of September. Channel Africa’ Mosibudi Makhura spoke to head coach Desiree Ellis ahead of their title defence.
Cricket South Africa have announced the Proteas women's squad that will tour the West Indies in September. The Proteas take on the Windies in a three-match One-Day International series (ODI) and a five-match T20 International series in Barbados and Trinidad. Channel Africa’s Mosibudi Makhura spoke to team coach Hilton Moreeng.
South Africa's national women's hockey team will have to wait for four more years to see if they can crack it again against the best teams in the world. This after a disappointing 2018 hockey world cup tournament in London; England which concludes on Sunday the 5th of August. In an interview Channel Africa's Mosibudi Makhura spoke to team co-captain Nicolene Terblanche.
The 2018 SPAR Women's 10km Challenge series has reached the halfway mark. The Pretoria Challenge takes place at Supersport Park this Saturday. Defending champion Kesa Molotsane; who didn’t have the best of races in Durban back in June will be looking for a victory. She spoke to Channel Africa’s Mosibudi Makhura.
South Africa's Wheelchair Tennis sensation Kgothatso Montjane is back home after a successful London tour where she made her Wimbledon debut two weeks ago. Kgothatso is the first ever black South African women tennis player to play at the All England Club. She caught up with Mosibudi Makhura .
The 2018 FIH Hockey Women’s World Cup gets underway on Saturday in London England. South Africa will take part in Group C facing off against Germany on Saturday- 21st of July. They will then take on Spain on the 26th of July and Argentina on the 28th of July. Dirkie Chamberlain, will be key to South Africa's approach at the World Cup as she will be taking part in a record fourth World Cup along with Shelly Jones. Speaking to Channel Africa's Mosibudi Makhura she describes what has been a rewarding time with the national hockey team
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