Seasoned middle distance runner turned sports administrator, Kesa Molotsane, elevated to top three of the Telkom Woman of the Year category after national netball assistant coach and Laureus Sport for Good Foundation Ambassador, Dumisani Chauke, withdrew from the shortlist.
Double finalist, Kgothatso Montjane, leads the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards shortlist, as 60 finalists make the cut for South Africa’s longest-running women’s sport awards.
Celebrated SPAR Proteas assistant coach, Dumisani Chauke, became the first ever female HOD of Sport at the Tshwane University of Technology at Ga-Rankuwa campus #GoGirls
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
In our #BestMan feature, champion SAFM Sport Trax producer, Ben Rikhotso, reveals his passion to shine the spotlight on women in sport as he actively uses the #gsportWCG to drive his women’s sport content
As we commemorate Human Rights Day and celebrate the impact of Charlotte Mannya Maxeke, gsport salutes 10 Women in Sport who are successfully pursuing their education and academic goals as they follow in the footsteps of this fearless icon and activist.
Division A and B teams confirmed for the semi-final round of the Telkom Netball League in Bloemfontein.
The Golden Fireballs and the Free State Crinums locked horns on Friday morning in a very scintillating game, both in search of a vital victory but it was the Crinums who were successful at the end with a 40-38 win in the Telkom Netball League.
The Western Cape Tornados retain their number one spot in Division B, while the Gauteng Jaguars officially cement their place in the semi-final round of the Telkom Netball League.
Round Two of the Telkom Netball League got off to a firing start as the Western Cape Tornados retaliated, beating the Eastern Cape Aloes, while Golden Fireball’s head coach, Dumisani Chauke expressed her disappointment losing to the Flames.