Banyana Banyana international stars, Rhoda Mulaudzi, Bambanani Mbane and Lebogang Ramalepe win the Belarus Women’s Championship title with FC Dinamo Minsk. Mulaudzi tops off the victory winning the Fan Choice Awards Player of the Season.
Mixed Martial Arts star, Leigh Jordaan, wants things to improve for her and fellow women in sport. The 18-year-old has been impacting the world of MMA for two years.
2020 Momentum gsport Awards Public Choice winner, Awande Malinga, is hoping to repay the faith her support group have shown with an eye-catching performance at this month’s Growthpoint Nationals.
Sandile Lukhele is working on blooding the next generation of Proteas Women cricketers. His passion and hard work has seen stars emerge from rural areas to play for provincial teams across the country. He tells gsport about his journey and his hopes for the future of women’s cricket in South Africa.
#gsport15 Ministerial Award recipient, Nosipho Mthembu proves her championship mentality as the 19-year-old kicks illness and lack of training to the curb to win the U23 K1 title at the KZN Marathon Championships.
#gsport15 Volunteer of the Year winner, Siyabulela Loyilane aims to complete her Master in Football and Business Management course to help develop women’s football. She also chats about the launch of the Football Scouting Bible book.
Road running official and well-known walker, Colleen McNally is eager to uncover talented athletes. She also hopes to empower as many women as possible.
Springbok Women’s Sevens coach, Paul Delport, is excited about the quality of talent coming through in women’s rugby. He also describes his coaching philosophy.
Vision View Sports Radio’s Clauiee Grace Mpanza is rapidly building a credible name for herself in the media space. She hopes to pave the way for aspiring female broadcasters.
Founder, Kass Naidoo, reflects on how gsport trusted its wings a year ago to #FlyTheFlag for South African women’s cricket in a historic first-ever international assignment to cover the Proteas Women’s cricket tour of India, launching the initiative’s global chapter.
Megan Streicher is following in the footsteps of fellow WGSA Elite Squad members as she recently qualified for the prestigious South Final in North Carolina. She also hopes to gain her national colours next year.
Meet Gadija Jappie, South Africa’s first ever female head coach of a senior national volleyball team. With the further lifting of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, Jappie is hoping to get going with her work as head coach of SA National Beach Volleyball.