Celebrating Womens Month through sport

Rigobert Song says Goodbye to Indomitable Lions

The announcement was made by the president of the national team ‘Samuel Eto’o’ in an interview. The team FECAFOOT has also released an official press note regarding the new changes.

Building fire claims three lives, one missing in Missionlands

The Reaction Unit South Africa has recovered the burnt bodies of three people in a building destroyed in a fire on Eagle Road in Missionlands.

Falcon College sends Water Polo Team for Reef Cup Tournament

The 2024 Reef Cup Invitational Sailfish Tournament will be observed from March 12 to 16, 2024.

George Chilufya is new Technical Assistant of Mutondo Stars FC

George Chilufya is a former player of the Zambia National Team who played as a defender and from the position centre back for his team.

Sergeant Bethanie Mulaudzi from Head Office will be running the Comrades Marathon on Sunday, 28 August 2022. She will be amongst approximately 16 000 runners from across the globe who will be running the 95th edition of the Comrades Marathon.

She is one of only eighteen women from the SAPS out of a total of 130 Police Officers who will be running the Comrades. To celebrate Women’s Month, we are bringing you these women’s stories of grit and determination.

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Sergeant Mulaudzi, who works at the Protection and Security Services, has big ambitions for her maiden Comrades Marathon.

Although she admits she is nervous about running a gruelling 90-kilometres from Pietermaritzburg to Durban, she says she is looking forward to the experience. She has adequately prepared herself for what lies ahead and recently completed her final long training run of 70 kilometres in preparation for the Comrades. She hopes muscle memory will come through for her on race day as she currently does not run anything more than 20 kilometres as she tapers down for race day so that 28 August finds her fresh and energetic.

Although she works a 12-hour-shift and is studying, she still makes time for her training. “If something is important to you, you will create time for it. Sometimes I just run around my residential area at night so that I don’t lose my fitness,” she enthuses.

Her journey to the Comrades Marathon starting line outside the Pietermaritzburg City Hall started off as a weight loss goal. “One morning on my morning run, I came across runners who told me because of my pace, I can do well at races,” says Sergeant Mulaudzi. She then started running 21.1 kilometre half-marathons. As they say, the rest is history as she now has her sights set on the “the ultimate human race”.

 

Rigobert Song says Goodbye to Indomitable Lions

The announcement was made by the president of the national team ‘Samuel Eto’o’ in an interview. The team FECAFOOT has also released an official press note regarding the new changes.

Building fire claims three lives, one missing in Missionlands

The Reaction Unit South Africa has recovered the burnt bodies of three people in a building destroyed in a fire on Eagle Road in Missionlands.

Falcon College sends Water Polo Team for Reef Cup Tournament

The 2024 Reef Cup Invitational Sailfish Tournament will be observed from March 12 to 16, 2024.

George Chilufya is new Technical Assistant of Mutondo Stars FC

George Chilufya is a former player of the Zambia National Team who played as a defender and from the position centre back for his team.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit calls for strong cooperation at CELAC

Roosevelt Skerrit recently travelled to St Vincent and the Grenadines for the 8th summit of heads of State and Government of CELAC.

Kweneng District Council hosts health walk for employees

Kweneng District Council Management and staff participated in a health walk on Friday, March 1, 2024 ahead of the COVID 19 cases reported.