#gsport15 PR Manager, Lerato Malekutu, blogs about her experience working on the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards and championing women in sport.
“When I look back 15 years from now, I will be grateful to the gsport team for entrusting me with such an important role, affording me the opportunity and professional space to grow as a journalist and a woman.” – #gsport15 Sub-Editor, Lonwabo Nkohla blogs on working with the gsport Team.
Double-finalist Anrune Weyers is elated to be part of an esteemed group of women in sport that will be recognised for their incredible work in the past year. The Two-time Paralympian and World Champion is nominated in the Athlete with Disability and Momentum Athlete of the Year categories.
“It is humbling to get this type of recognition and see that the public is out there recognising the hard work that we put into our sport as women…” – Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, reacts to receiving recognition for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards.
The gsport Team is proud to announce the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards Finalists list as Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, leads in three categories!
The Sport, Arts and Culture Relief Fund beneficiaries list has been released and women in sport feature prominently. We spoke to some of them about the impact of the support in these uncertain times.
See What Happened When #GAL2019 was announced at the gsport year-end gathering in Johannesburg exactly a week ago
BREAKING NEWS: Cecilia Molokwane named first-ever gsport Annual List Newsmaker of the Year
South African para-athlete, Anruné Weyers, fought off a calf and back injury to return to the international stage in fine form as she owned the tracks in 2019
Anrune Weyers has led the way for Team South Africa at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships together with Simone Kruger, Sheryl James and Anika Pretorius raising Mzansi’s women’s profile on the world stage