UJ sprinter part of World Games contingent
Sprinter Tamzin Thomas is one of nine members of the University of Johannesburg track and field squad primed to make an impact when the World Student Games take place in Italy next month. Including the athletics contingent, UJ have an overall group of 20 representatives who will be competing... Read more
Pienaar chases more success for UJ squash
Defending champion Alexa Pienaar has her sights set on further success when the University Sport South Africa squash tournament takes place in Cape Town from June 30 to July 5. Not only is the University of Johannesburg star aiming to capture another individual title, she and the team will... Read more
Madibaz will renew karate rivalry with WSU
The Madibaz karate squad will renew a keen rivalry with Walter Sisulu University when the University Sport South Africa tournament is held in Grahamstown later this month. Hosted by Rhodes on June 28 and 29, the Nelson Mandela University karatekas will be aiming to keep the varsity flag flying... Read more
Squash at Madibaz enjoying success
Rising Madibaz squash star Hayley Ward will get another chance to test her skills against players at a high level when she competes in the PSA Closed Satellite tournament at Londt Park in Port Elizabeth next week. Part of a week-long squash extravaganza at the Stella Londt club, which... Read more
UJ’s Mthandi ready to shine in World Cup finals
University of Johannesburg soccer star Amanda Mthandi says there is a massive air of excitement in the Banyana Banyana camp as they look ahead to their debut World Cup appearance. The South African squad, who left for France last week, will play their opening game against Spain on June... Read more
UJ over Wits a massive boost
University of Johannesburg coach Tsoanelo Pholo says their narrow win over Wits yesterday will provide a massive boost for the team in the second leg of the Varsity Hockey women’s tournament this weekend. In winning a tense Johannesburg derby 2-1 in their final game in Cape Town, the UJ... Read more
Madibaz swimmer excels at artistic nationals
Madibaz artistic swimmer Courtney Musson continues to impress in the national arena. She returned from the national championships in Durban last week with a haul of six medals – one gold and five silvers. The 24-year-old Nelson Mandela University student was part of the Eastern Cape artistic swimming (formerly known as... Read more
Madibaz target spot cricket champs
The Madibaz cricket team will be aiming to capitalise on their thrilling league victory by qualifying for the national club championship in the Eastern Cape play-off in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. The Nelson Mandela University outfit will meet Fort Hare University at the Madibaz Oval to decide who will... Read more
UJ sevens star targets Blitzboks future
Having had a taste of international competition, University of Johannesburg sevens rugby star Voice Ndou is eager to continue her association with the Blitzboks women’s team. The 19-year-old BA student, who is in the third year of a community development and leadership course, received her chance at the highest... Read more
UKZN pose stiff challenge for unbeaten Madibaz
The FNB Madibaz rugby team are gearing up for what will be their toughest fixture to date when they tackle University of KwaZulu-Natal in the FNB Varsity Shield in Maritzburg on Monday (6.30pm). The sides are the only unbeaten teams in the competition. The Nelson Mandela University outfit top... Read more