Introducing the gsport Top 10 Series. In the first installment, we salute ten leading women in media who fly the flag for women’s sport in South Africa.
Her love for the Proteas led Momentum gsport Woman in Print finalist Lynn Butler to study Journalism and we certainly benefit from that beautiful love story as it unearthed one of South Africa’s greatest writers.
#gsport15 Woman in Print finalist, Busisiwe Mokwena, is grateful and honoured that her work is reaching the right audiences and that she has been given the gift of storytelling.
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!
NEW FEATURE ALERT: You have spoken and we have listened. Introducing the #PublicChoice Interview, a monthly feature that sees you with the power to tell us who to write about. Today, we interviewSports Journalist, Lethabo Kganyago, as suggested by @KeaMotlokwa. She talks to Celine Abrahams about how she ventured into sport and why she is passionate about seeing other women thrive.
Do you feel that you may have missed out on gsport’s #BigInterviews over the past few months? We have selected some of our favourites to keep you entertained this weekend.
Busisiwe Mokwena is eager to continue leading the way and be in the forefront of women’s sport reporting as she tells gsport Editor, Kass Naidoo
gsport bloggers Sinethemba Mbatha and Lerato Mkhondo convey a special send-off message to Busisiwe Mokwena, FIFA South Africa’s media representative for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France
gsport has announced receipt of more than 600 nominations, adding up to 237 nominees across the 18 Awards categories open for public nominations, for the 2018 gsport Awards.
It was a night to remember, and here is a collection of photos captured of winners at the 2017 gsport Awards: