Saturday Star

In the swim of technology

PENNY Heyns knows all too well how important it is to build a personal brand on an international level.

Now the legendary swimmer is on a mission to help South Africa’s aquatic athletes unlock commercial opportunities in the build-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

“As a former Olympic champion, I can firmly attest the fact that although building your profile as an international athlete is important, the true value will be evident as you pursue your post-pool career.

“Today’s athletes are blessed with the potential that technology affords them. They are

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la Saturday Star

Saturday Star2 min cititeCrime & Violence
RAF Wants Money Back From Lawyers
THE ROAD Accident Fund (RAF) has lodged a formal complaint against more than 100 law firms with the Legal Practice Council, in its bid to recover hundreds of millions in duplicate payments. The cash-strapped entity has somehow, in addition to adminis
Saturday Star4 min citite
Oscars Finally Show Women Some R.e.s.p.e.c.t
‘NO, I’M not homeless. I’m just houseless. Not the same thing, right?” Poignant words by the protagonist of Nomadland, the film – up for an Oscar tomorrow night – that shook a dying cinematic world awake this year. Frances McDormand, also up for the
Saturday Star4 min cititePolitics
Women’s Struggle For Highest Office
IN 2005, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka was sworn in as South Africa’s first female deputy president post-1994 – a position she would hold until 2007 when the ANC, at its national elective conference in Polokwane elected new leaders. A year later, former Nat