How to Bounce Back in 2023 After A Challenging Year

The end of the year is understandably sometimes a time for reflection, looking at your mental list of the goals you achieved or even went for. If it didn’t go your way, we’ve put together something to help you bounce back in 2023.
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Lauding Men Who Advance Women’s Sport

Thabiso Sithole pictured with Caster Semenya. One of many South African men working for change in women' s sport, seasoned broadcaster Sithole uses his voice and his various platforms to bridge the gap by increasingly giving coverage to the achievements of women in sport. Image: Supplied

gsport intends to build on the #BestMan feature in 2021, launched by gsport in 2020 to celebrate men who sincerely support the advancement of women in sport

Owning Your Success – in Sport and in Life

Momentum is excited to partner with the gsport Awards once again to celebrate talented women from the boardroom to the sports field as Chief Marketing Officer, Nontokozo Madonsela and Head of Momentum Brand Marketing, Charlotte Nsubuga-Mukasa, reveal in a heartfelt blog about their partnership with the gsport Trust.

Hurdles Champ Nel Builds Early Season Speed

An early-season focus on speed work in addition to endurance with new coach Irma Reyneke has seen startlingly encouraging competition performances from African- and South African 400m hurdles champ, Wenda Nel

PE Homegirl Mdodana an Exceptional Netball Star

As the SPAR Proteas Netball team gears up for a home tri-nations against England and Trinidad and Tobago, PE home-girl and long-time Proteas stalwart Zanele Mdodana speaks about her first love in sport, the state of the game of Netball in South Africa and the key role of supporters of SA women in sport

Mthethwa’s Hand in Making Pro Sports History

The South African women’s sports landscape is set to enter a new era with the launch of the Netball Professional League. In the lead up to this historic move, gsport speaks to Netball South Africa President Mimi Mthethwa, who is fast driving change in the country’s most popular women’s sports code.