Women are making strides in football on the African continent both on and off the field as the South African Football Association highlights the outstanding achievements of female athletes and leaders.
South African women in sport continue to raise the bar globally, resulting in increased corporate support of the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards as reflected in a fierce #GAL2021 July Newsmakers list #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, earns new role as Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association.
South African National Netball Team assistant coach, Dumisani Chauke, joins a prestigious group of sporting icons as the latest Laureus Sport for Good Foundation ambassador #GoGirls
Grant Nicholls is using his 20 years of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship experience to encourage more investment in women’s sport at a time when sportswomen most need support and backing.
Sports PR and Sponsorship guru, Kassey Belluigi, vows to write a book about her exceptional career in the industry. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her 30-year journey and what keeps her motivated.
Engen invests into women’s football by introducing the junior women’s Engen Knockout Challenge. This year’s activities will take place online due to Covid-19 featuring leading women in sport.
Momentum gsport Awards finalist Lamla Momoti speaks sport, education and empowerment to change the game. She says being a Momentum gsport finalist has been life-changing.
Talented Tuks Varsity Football captain, Thalea Smidt, dreams of signing a professional contract and representing Banyana Banyana. For now, she is focussing on boosting her academic qualifications as she recovers from a leg injury that has kept her out of the game for eight months.
Banyana Banyana goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini, expresses her excitement as she will be joining an elite group that has clocked half a century caps for the national team