2020 Momentum gsport Awards Public Choice winner and star squash player Awande Malinga is calling out for financial assistance as she aims to represent South Africa at the Women’s World Junior Individual Squash Championships in France. #GoGirls
Triathlete Telani Grobler is searching for sponsors and raising funds for para sport as she prepares to compete at the 2022 World Championships in Montreal Canada in June. #gsportGlobal
Ghana women’s cricket captain Rhyda Amanfo Ofori encourages sponsors to back the sport in her country as she continues to pave the way for young girls to aspire to become professional cricketers in future.
Spar Proteas captain Bongi Msomi continues to pave the way off the court as she has joined forces with Score Energy in an exciting partnership.
Tennis SA confirms its valuable partnership with Wiphold will continue to support the local women’s game for another year.
The Zimbabwe Netball Association signs a lucrative deal with Spar which will see the supermarket retailer fund the Zimbabwe Netball Gems camps, high-performance training and kits.
A powerhouse in sports business, Two Oceans Marathon Race Director Debra Barnes is eager to use her extensive knowledge and experience to nurture and develop the next generation as she tells Celine Abrahams.
Lillian Chikara, who was recently appointed as National Director of Special Olympics Zimbabwe, is encouraging corporates and organisations to sponsor athletes with intellectual disabilities.
The Nigeria Women’s Football League announce partnership with Tulcan Energy Resources who will become the 2022 NWFL Premiership Super 6 official kit sponsor.
Following a thrilling conclusion with Australia confirmed as emphatic winners of the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand, we take a closer look at the marketing campaigns that fuelled interest in women’s cricket and the World Cup itself.
Sasol highlight their partnership with gsport aligns with their aspirations to continue playing a vital role as corporate giants in the women’s sport fraternity.
Sport and Entertainment Intellectual Property Lawyer, Ojonoka Agudah believes with the right strategies in place, brands can get increased value in women’s sport.