gsport member Sinethemba has a dream: That women athletes will one day receive the same support, recognition and wages as our men counterparts - She knows it will be a long time coming, but believes we can all play a part to make it happen!
SASOL Emerging Athlete of the Year at the 2018 gsport Awards, double Commonwealth Games gold medallist Tatjana Schoenmaker says that we should be on the look-out for much more swimming talent coming over the horizon - good news for Swimming in SA! #WCW
Her parent’s advice gave TUT Sports Marketing student Dibuseng Theresa Modise an inclination for independence, courtesy her dad, and for the pursuit of job satisfaction, courtesy her mom, and this former Milner High School Senior Victrix Ludorum is intent on making both count.
JVW and Banyana Banyana striker Jermaine Seoposenwe talks about her experience as an intern with Sasol #Limitless campaign agency, Levergy.
Leandra Smeda had the foundations of a sporting family, but credits hard work, personal discipline and self-belief as essential ingredients in athletes looking to make it at the international level
Mel Awu was determined for a career in sport, and when financial difficulty prevented top-level participation as an athlete, she decided no tough would be tough enough to keep her out. Read this empowering story of another winning SA woman in sport.
An activist for gender parity using sport as a unifying factor, SA’s first Federation of Gay Games Board of Directors member Hlengiwe Buthelezi has an inspirational story to tell in Women’s Month
4-times Swiss Open champ Kgothatso Montjane is no flash in the pan, and it’s remarkable to hear a sporting professional of her calibre saying, “My greatest ambition is to be able to make an impact in society and be a good role model.”