The National Netball Championships have been dealt a blow following the withdrawal of the Tshwane teams and a tragic road accident.
South Africa’s SPAR Proteas have been invited to take part in the ‘Netball Quad Series’ in London in January 2022.
Spar Proteas captain Bongiwe Msomi has officially been named an Ambassador for the African region by World Netball.
Dumisani Chauke, assistant coach for the South African netball team, has been announced as the latest Laureus Sport for Good Foundation ambassador.
MultiChoice launched the DStv Schools Netball Challenge to give young female sports stars a platform to shine and get noticed by sporting scouts in anticipation of the upcoming 2023 Netball World Cup.
On Wednesday, 19 May, Netball South Africa in collaboration with one of its sponsors, Twizza, announced a new club tournament running from May to September 2021.
Over the past few months, Bongi Msomi, captain of the SPAR Proteas and South Africa’s netball player with the most caps, held several events to talk to young girls about gender-based violence.
The KwaZulu-Natal Netball Awards Ceremony was hosted at Coastlands Hotel, Musgrave on 16 April.
After four gruelling days on the netball court at Sun City, 35 male netball players have been chosen to be part of the 35-man national squad.
Government claim there is little chance of a Professional netball league being set up in South Africa before the 2023 World Cp.
South Africa secured the SPAR Challenge Tri-Nations series trophy after claiming their third victory over Uganda 44-32 on Wednesday.
South Africa took the shine from the Namibian Desert Jewels in the final game at the SPAR Challenge on Tuesday, 30 March.
The match between SA and Uganda was undoubtedly the highlight of day 4 at the SPAR Challenge series taking place at the CTICC.
South Africa strengthened their dominance over Namibia in their second match at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Saturday, 27 March.
Meet the SPAR Baby Proteas participating in the SPAR Challenge tournament.
The Ugandan She-Cranes beat the Namibia Desert Jewels on the second day of the SPAR Challenge Tri-Nations netball tournament.
After a nail-biting first half, the SPAR Proteas fought back to beat Uganda 49-34 in their second SPAR Challenge match.
The first netball match of the SPAR Challenge Tri-Nations started on a high note for the SPAR Proteas who beat Namibia.
The much-anticipated SPAR Challenge Tri-Nations between South Africa, Uganda and Namibia kicks off today at 10:00 with a match between South Africa and Namibia.
Tune in to SuperSport to watch the SPAR Challenge Tri-Nations netball matches coming to you live from the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
The SPAR Challenge Tri-Nations is set to start on Thursday, 25 March. The final teams and fixtures have been confirmed by Netball South Africa.
Seven straight goals scored by Spar Protea Ine-Marí Venter put Saracens Mavericks in the lead.
A 15-member Baby Proteas squad has been selected for next month’s Spar Challenge in Cape Town.
Netball South Africa has announced the return of the sporting code with immediate effect with the Spar Challenge now rescheduled for March.