#PowerOfRecognition: Leila Steyn-Daku

Leila Steyn-Daku’s trailblazing journey reached new heights as she became the first black female from South Africa, and the first female from Cricket SA to permanently join the ICC. Photo: Leila Steyn-Daku (Instagram)

Remarkable first-time finalist in the Global Woman in Sport award category Leila Steyn-Daku delves into the profound influence of recognition in her journey.
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#gsport18 Voting Update: Cloaked Voting Commences Today

Cloaked Voting commences for the 2023 Momentum gsport Awards at 15h00 CAT on Monday, 28 August, meaning the results of votes in each individual category will no longer be visible. Image: Supplied

Cloaked Voting commences at 3pm this afternoon, and no Awards voting totals will be visible in the gsport Voting Hall for the final 3 days of voting. Voting closes at midnight on Thursday, 31 August!
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Top #gsport16 Nominations Impress Judges

  Photo 1 Caption: Marsha Cox (pictured) and six leading Judges had their work cut out, sifting through stellar nominations to select the three finalists in each category at the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards ahead of public voting. Photo: Supplied 

#gsport16 Judges had their work cut out as they sifted through a stellar nominees list to shortlist top three finalists in each of the 20 categories for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards. Finalists are set to be announced on 2 August #SheOwnsHerSuccess

Nthabiseng Mamabolo Draws Inspiration from Fellow Woman in Radio Finalists

Radio 2000 Sportscaster, Nthabiseng Mamabolo, is excited to be in the Woman in Radio category for this year’s 2020 Momentum gsport Awards which features Metro FM’s Lebohang Motsoeli and MassivMetro #FeminineFirstTouch host, Itumeleng Banda. Photo: Supplied

2020 Momentum gsport Awards Woman in Radio finalist, Nthabiseng Mamabolo, is ecstatic to be featured among esteemed fellow women in sport, such as Lebohang Motsoeli and Itumeleng Banda. She hopes that her recognition will open doors for her to tell more stories of women in sport in the near future.

Judges Impressed by Top Draw #gsport15 Entries

“The Momentum gsport Awards is one platform that shines light on the achievements of women…” – #gsport15 Judge Mary Papayya reflects on this year’s judging along with other panel members. Finalists will be announced on Saturday, 1 August.

Can Kgatlana or Steyn Stop Semenya?

It is anyone’s guess who will scoop gsport’s top athlete award in 2019, with CAF African Footballer of the Year Thembi Kgatlana and Comrades record buster Gerda Steyn up against 800m world champ, Caster Semenya