#FBF to women’s sport playing its part on the first ever #BlackDay as leaders in sport used their voices in support of the fight against women and children abuse in South Africa.
#TBT to the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards creating employment during Covid-19 last year. Here’s to more meaningful advances this year!
In our first GSPORT TOP 10 of 2021, we showcase ten of best sport MCs in South Africa and ask them for their top tips to ace that big event! #gsportTop10
Zimbabwean blogger Tatenda Gondo marvels at hockey official Sarah Bennett’s transformation in the game that has seen her move from national team goalkeeper to an official FIH accredited umpire. Gondo highlights Bennett’s rise to Tokyo Olympics call-up.
Momentum Proteas opener, Laura Wolvaardt is relishing the prospect of playing in the first ever #BlackDay ODI against Pakistan Women on Saturday morning.
South-Western Districts’ Women’s Rugby Head Coach, Aschin Klein, is using his vast experience to develop future national women rugby stars, and chats about his coaching journey and personal development plan to impact athletes.
The Momentum Proteas will don their black kit to act against the scourge of violence against women and children in South Africa in the second ODI match against Pakistan Women on Saturday.
History-making Springbok Women’s prop, Babalwa Latsha, shifts focus to develop women’s rugby domestically after announcing she will not be joining Spanish outfit, Eibar Women’s Rugby Club for the 2020/21 season. She chats about her 2021 plans, including the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand
The South African Sports Association for Physically Disabled honours the legacy of three-time Paralympian and bronze medallist Jane Mandean, as the disability community mourns her loss.
Emy Casaletti-Bwalya is approaching 40 years in the sports business industry, having been at the forefront of the some of the most iconic partnerships in South African sport. She chats about her incredible journey and reveals how she has dealt with challenges faced.
SASCOC’S first Vice-President, Lwandile Simelane believes the leading women in sport on the board are going to make huge strides in changing the perception of women in leadership positions during their term
South African hockey volunteer, Nonhlanhla Mtolo, is using her vast domestic experience to positively impact the international scene. Mtolo currently plays a duel role as Team Manager and Technical Official.