South African field hockey player, Bianca Wood, has made a call out to the public for donations as she aims to represent the country at the Junior Africa Cup in Namibia in August #GoGirls
Seasoned sports broadcaster, Thabiso Sithole, has watched gsport grow from the very beginning and has contributed significantly to our journey of telling Proudly South African stories. He raises the flag for women’s sport in this passionate interview about his career.
Kenya’s Celestine Karoney is approaching fifteen years in sports media. She talks to Kass Naidoo about her journey from sports intern on Kenya Television to sports reporter on BBC Africa.
2019 Momentum gsport Woman in Television Award winner, Hloni Mtimkulu, shares her thoughts on the factors that need to be considered after it was announced that FIFA is mulling the possibility of hosting the Women’s World Cup after every two years
Thulisile Miya known as the “Diski Queen” has been dominating football commentary for Ukhozi FM and has grown in leaps and bounds, recently commentating on the MTN8 final as the first female from the radio station to achieve this feat
Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis says that she is confident their upcoming friendly against Japan will be a great spectacle and has thanked SAFA for continuing to secure top-quality opposition for the national team
Banyana Banyana goalkeeper, Kaylin Swart conveyed her excitement for the upcoming COSAFA Women’s Championship final against Zambia on Sunday afternoon in Port Elizabeth, pointing out that the encounter will be a feisty duel
Forward Amandi Mthandi has received her maiden COSAFA Women’s Championship call-up, and believes that Banyana Banyana should carry its World Cup form into the COSAFA Champs starting Wednesday
UJ Sport Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator and gsport blogger Kimara Singh attended Brand South Africa’s launch of its #SASportsFriday initiative at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday, which aims to put women’s sports participation at the forefront of its campaign
The 2018 CAF Total Africa Women Cup of Nations will be contested in Ghana from 17 November to 1 December, 2018, and will see South Africa drawn alongside seven-times continental champs Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia, in the competition’s Group B.