In the contest towards the 2024 CAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament, women’s football finds itself at the centre of the world stage. On the trajectory of victory, Banyana Banyana, Senior Women’s South African Football team, once again made their nation proud when they sealed the deal against DR Congo at the Orlando Stadium on Monday.
PARIS – South Africa lifts the Webb Ellis Cup for the fourth time at the Rugby World Cup 2023, capping an incredible final presentation at Stade de France. The tenth edition of the Rugby World Cup came to a spectacular finish on 28 October when the champions were crowned in front of 80,000 spectators at Stade de France in Parish and hundreds of millions more via television and social media.
In recent years, the concept of environmental sustainability has gained substantial traction across various industries, and the world of sports is no exception. Environmental sustainability within the sports sector refers to the integration of eco-friendly practices, resource conservation, and responsible management of waste and carbon emissions.
Safe Cities Forum, an established content publishing enterprise and a non-profit company, responsible for community research, reporting, creating awareness and education established their Media House on Monday, 20 September 2022. “While existing for the community, we will report on matters that are important to civilians with a non-bias approach”, says Gerda Strydom, Chairperson of Safe Cities Forum. She says that Safe Cities Forum is passionate about finding the truth and championing causes for a free media society. The newly established Media House will report their news statements on current affairs, specialising in environmental health, social and political matters through a variety of online platforms. Safe Cities Media is partners with Citizens’ Parliament and has a national influence. “Our team will research a variety of community challenges and deliver effective reports that will benefit and educate civil society”, says Gerda.
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