Sasol, Telkom and Hollywoodbets vie for the Nielsen Sports South Africa Sponsor of the Year category at the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards. #SheOwnsHerSuccess
In celebration of Women’s Day, we honour former Momentum Athlete of the Year winners, who are continuing to build on their successes both on and off the field and playing their part in putting the country on the map #SheOwnsHerSuccess @Momentum_za
Olympic gymnast, Naveen Daries, track and field star, Reabetswe Moloi and rising cyclist, Ainsli de Beer vie for the gsport Emerging Athlete of the Year at #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
BMX star, Miyanda Maseti, will battle it out with tennis stars, Kaitlyn Ramduth and Lilitha Ndungane for the #gsport16 SuperSport School Sport Star of the Year accolade #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Four-time winner, Kgothatso Montjane, is shortlisted once again for the Brand SA Para Sport Star of the Year at #gsport16 alongside record breaker, Maria Combrink and celebrated adaptive surfer, Noluthando Makalima.
Leading football referee Akhona Makalima, passionate football supporter Mamello Makha and athlete turned administrator, Kesa Molotsane up for #gsport16 Style Star of the Year award #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Reigning gsport Supporter of the Year, Selina Munsamy, is back in the running for top honours in this category for #gsport16 alongside community-driven long-distance runner, Nontu Mgabhi and dedicated father, Andries Kruger, who uses his camera to raise the profile of women’s sport #SheOwnsHerSuccess
SuperSport and Premier League TV presenter Julia Stuart, TV and Radio star Mbali Sigidi and seasoned broadcaster Tumi Kgasoe vie for the SuperSport Woman in Television Award at #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
The Public Choice Award honours a finalist who captures the public imagination and wins the largest public vote across all categories, without going on to win their individual award category. Every #gsport16 vote counts! Show your support for a leading candidate now at gsport.co.za/voting
Banyana Banyana and Atletico Madrid star, Thembi Kgatlana, Wimbledon history maker, Kgothatso Montjane and Olympian and eSports World Champion, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio will battle it out for the Sasol Global Woman in Sport award.
Leading Zimbabwean sports administrator, Violet Jubane, DRC born Banyana Banyana forward, Ode Fulutudilu and Ghanaian media all-rounder, Juliet Bawuah will battle it out for the Imperial African Woman in Sport award.
Seasoned middle distance runner turned sports administrator, Kesa Molotsane, elevated to top three of the Telkom Woman of the Year category after national netball assistant coach and Laureus Sport for Good Foundation Ambassador, Dumisani Chauke, withdrew from the shortlist.