#MondayMotivation South African eSports stars, Julia Robson and Anneke Lourens encourage young girls to venture into gaming as the sport is on a rapid rise in the country, making Mzansi the leader of the game on the African continent. #GoGirls
In our latest #gsportTop10, we honour 10 leading sports moms, who have played starring roles in the lives of former and current sportswomen, and have helped blood the next generation of stars. Happy #MothersDay
Olympic great, Usain Bolt, hails newly crowned Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Naomi Osaka while Lifetime Achievement Award winner Billie Jean King says she is not done yet. #Laureus21 #SaturdaySmile
Mel Jones, Zainab Abbas and Lisa Sthalekar laud new Pakistan Cricket Board Policy which puts families first and empowers women to return to the game after pregnancy. #gsportGlobal
BREAKING!! Para athletes are dominating and smashing records as it reflects in an inspiring monthly edition of #GAL2021 Newsmakers. #GoGirls
In celebration of Sunflower FC’s 25th anniversary, founder and head coach, Siyabonga Malinga, is aiming to continue building on the club’s vision to keep young girls off the street uplift and focused on pursuing their footballing dreams. He chats to Babsie Kutwana about the club’s vision.
The revamped UEFA Women’s Champions League will see the dawn of a more sustainable future for women’s football after the introduction of a new model for the 2021/22 season, which will see the world’s biggest women’s club competition redistribute €24 million to women’s football across Europe. #gsportGlobal
Young leaders, Nqobile Gama, Sipokazi Sokanyile and Mathatho Manaka, are changing the game for women in sport as calls increase for more women in leadership positions in sporting organisations. In this week’s #MondayMotivation feature, we reflect on key advice previously shared by this star trio.
‘Closing the Visibility Gap’ is the most comprehensive study ever produced into the commercial drivers of women’s sport and it predicts that women’s sport in the UK is set to grow to nearly 20 billion Rand a year by 2030.
Cricket history has been made in Malaysia as 15 National women’s team members have been awarded contracts, creating a new era for gender equality in the sport.
Rising Discus Star, Lesedi Khunou, is a firm believer in striking a balance between fulfilling her education and sport commitments. She chats to Nonto Nothana about her career and sporting heroes.
Award winning Momentum Proteas cricket coach Hilton Moreeng has been included in a star-studded list of ICC mentors, including inspirational former Pakistan captain, Sana Mir and history making umpire, Claire Polosak, for the 100% Cricket Future Leaders Programme.