Momentum gsport Award winners laud first ever prize money at country’s leading women’s sport recognition platforms with School Sports Star of the Year, Minentle Miya, saying she will use the money to fund her upcoming African Youth Chess Championships trip
Banyana Banyana star Thembi Kgatlana scoops the main prize on a stunning evening of winners as assembled dignitaries and guests heard the refrain over and over again from winners on the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards that there will be #NoApologyForMySuccess
Inspirational former Proteas netball captain, Zanele Mdodana is delighted with her appointment as the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards spokesperson and has praised Momentum for giving back to women in sport
Public Voting has closed for the 2019 gsport Awards, and now the results will be reviewed by the Awards auditors, who will confirm the overall winners to be announced in Johannesburg on Saturday, 31 August
Happy Womens Day! Tell us how you raise the profile of women's sport in SA and you could win free entry to the gsport Awards. Take note: Strictly open to registered gsport members only
Dynamic Kaiyuree Moodley packs a huge punch and her lethal ball-striking, pin-seeking approaches and putting prowess has put the rising golf star in the running for two national women’s sports awards
South Africa's youngest chess ace, Minentle Miya, will be vying for the School Sports Star of the Year accolade at the gsport Awards ceremony later this month to claim a treble for 2019.
After her experience working for various sporting events at NMB Stadium, 2019 gsport Woman in Social Media Finalist Brittany Blaauw knew she wanted a career in sports media/PR