Former Momentum gsport Awards winners, Hloni Mtimkulu, Mbali Sigidi and Itumeleng Banda, share practical advice for young women to overcome challenges and succeed in the sport media space.
The International Chess Federation leaps forward in its mission of forming gender equity policies, practices and programs, declaring 2022 the Year for Women in Chess.
Former Rwandan women’s cricketer turned commentator, Mary Maina, is pushing the boundary as she aims to become a well-known voice on the global stage. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her aspirations for women in the cricket space.
Formula One Podcaster and Football YouTuber, Oarabile Diphoko, is looking forward to starting her new journey as she joins Gauteng commercial radio station, Kaya 959 on the weekend sport desk.
TUT Sport Management students speak about gaining valuable experience at #GAL2021 as gsport continues to play its part to blood future leaders in sport.
2020 Momentum gsport Awards Volunteer of the Year winner, Siyabulela Loyilane, recently graduated from the inaugural COSAFA Women’s Leadership Programme and is looking forward to sharing her knowledge with the football community
Western Cape Netball Federation’s Disciplinary Committee chairperson, Sunett Muller’s vision is to see gender equality and equity in sport to level the playing field and give women the opportunity to fulfil their sporting dreams
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.