Efforts to close the participation and leadership gap in sport is gaining momentum in Botswana as aspiring leaders are supported and mentored on their journey to success. #gsportAfrica
The gsport platform is here for you to use to positively impact women’s sport and grow your personal brand while you are at it #GoGirls
Telkom’s Executive Brand and Consumer Marketer, Masingita Mazibuko’s greatest ambition is to create space where future women leaders have the ability to change the landscape in corporate. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
This Women’s Month, Momentum aired its third annual #SheOwnSherSuccess campaign, which aims to inspire women to seek unstoppable success. The second day of the event, hosted by Sherlin Barends, explored the topic of taking control of careers and being strong leaders.
Momentum’s Social Media Manager, Miliswa Sitshwele, hopes her career journey will inspire the youth from her hometown of Engcobo to know their dreams are attainable. She chats to Celine Abrahams about owning her success.
On this #FathersDay, we honour ten leading dads who are playing their part to shape their daughters’ journeys as they own their success on the sporting field. #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Long-serving Titans Cricket team manager, Karen Smithies, along with Xolile Mabuza, will be aiming to integrate a lot more women into the sport as they have been chosen for an International Cricket Council mentorship programme #GoGirls
In September 2019, we started telling stories of women’s sport excellence from outside our borders, with the launch of the #gsportGlobal chapter in Surat, India. Along the way, we found gold in Africa. In today’s #gsportTop10 we celebrate 10 leading African women in sport changemakers we have featured. #AfricaDay
Three tips from leading women in sport to keep you motivated and on track as you chase your dreams and gold medal finishes. #MondayMotivation
Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies and Banyana Banyana goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini, is part of a new generation of football leaders who are playing their part in ensuring that women’s football grows in South Africa
Rugby is becoming one of the fastest developing sports codes for women at grassroots level, and Youth Training Centres have created opportunities for young girls
Traditional media houses are slow to take notice when women’s sports news happens with men’s sport dominating the public attention – How can putting Women on the Agenda change the status quo?