A wheelchair has broadened the world for Port Elizabeth’s Zethu Soya, making a difference by giving her access to places which previously were not part of her life.
The Eastern Cape’s universities will gather for a celebration of student activities when the annual intervarsity takes place at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth on Friday and Saturday.
SPAR Eastern Cape has launched an initiative which will enable customers to support women who have suffered sexual abuse and violence by making a small donation each time they shop during Women’s Month.
Former provincial player Lefa Mosena is eager to raise the profile of Madibaz cricket across the board after taking up the position as the club’s head coach last month.
University of Johannesburg coach Mandla Zwane says the team are determined to bounce back after suffering a loss to Tshwane University of Technology in the Varsity Football competition last week.
The SPAR Wheelchair Wednesday initiative has set itself the objectives of spreading awareness to the youth and taking the overall donation to more than 1 000 wheelchairs during its annual August campaign.
The East Rand Classic will move to a slightly different time-slot next year, taking place in early April, which organisers ASG Events feel will be a better fit for the road cycle race.
Nelson Mandela University student-athlete Kyle de Beer has targeted the Southern Cape Open as his next objective after wrapping up the Border Strokeplay golf title in East London at the weekend.
Woodridge won the SPAR Eastern Cape Schoolgirls Hockey Challenge for the first time when they defeated DSG 3-0 in the final at Collegiate in Port Elizabeth yesterday.
South Africa’s younger generation of sportsmen and women showed their ability to compete at an international level by surpassing expectations at the World Student Games recently completed in Napoli, Italy.