When the coach of the University of Fort Hare women’s cricket team took stock of his player pool at first practice last year he had no idea that he was about to embark on an incredulous journey with a fairy tale ending.
It’s all coming together for Baby Blues prop Nombuyekezo Mdliki.
Their respective journeys in their chosen sports taught Mandela University students Meghan Maartens and Warren Bower valuable life lessons.
Men’s head coach Cheslyn Gie has placed the continued growth of the national men’s hockey team top of his priority list following their qualification for the Olympic Games.
Two of the University of Fort Hare’s finest karatekas fly out to the Land of the Rising Sun this week to represent South Africa at the 13th Kyokushin World Open Tournament in Tokyo.
The success of an introductory programme hosted by Madibaz Golf Club inspired its very first golf day, which will take place at Humewood on November 14. [Read more…]
By her own admission, University of Fort Hare sports officer Mihlali Rodolo knew very little about bodybuilding a year ago. [Read more…]
The University of Fort Hare’s stunning victory in the final of the Sasol women’s league national playoffs yesterday marked a run of 21 games without a single defeat. [Read more…]
The University of Fort Hare will play in the top tier of South African women’s football next season. [Read more…]
University of Fort Hare’s first lady of table tennis Azikile Makaula made amends for a slip up in the singles to grab bronze in the doubles at the nationals in Cape Town recently. [Read more…]
Water polo megastar Meghan Maartens and squash ace Warren Bower received top honours at the Madibaz Sports Awards at Mandela University in Gqeberha last night. [Read more…]
Ten players from the University of Fort Hare club have been named in the provincial team following an uber successful raid at the Eastern Cape Chess Championship in Jeffreys Bay recently. [Read more…]
Abongile Yalo was 19 years old when he found his calling at the University of Fort Hare – and it had very little to do with his chosen career path. [Read more…]
A gutsy fightback from 3-1 down in a key match against champions PE Crusaders was the catalyst for Madibaz to regain the Eastern Province men’s premier league hockey title this season. [Read more…]
University of Fort Hare Master’s student Babalwa Malimba is on a mission to shoot the lights out in her new role as chairperson of the National University Sports Associations (NUSAs) Super Pool committee. [Read more…]