Natasha Petersen: “To Own My Success. This is Huge!”

Events and Logistics Manager Natasha Petersen pictured during her acceptance speech after receiving the Telkom Woman of the Year accolade at the 2023 Momentum gsport Awards at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 12 September. Photo: gsport 

Accomplished Events and Logistics Manager, Natasha Petersen, shares her views on her remarkable accomplishment of winning the Telkom Woman of the Year accolade at the 2023 Momentum gsport Awards! #gsport18 #SheOwnsHerSuccess #PowerOfRecognition

Kat Swanepoel: From Disqualification to Triumph

Kat Swanepoel’s disqualification was overturned, making her the official gold medalist and setting a new African record at the Para Swimming Championships in Manchester 2023. Her victory is a testament to her resilience, adding to the incredible achievements of South African women in sport.
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#GoGirls Movement Gains Momentum 

Historic #GoGirls Watch Party and #gsportGlobal Mentorship Dinner mark an exciting week for gsport as The Year of Women’s Sport sparks increased support for women’s sport.
#GoGirls #PlayYourPart

Gloria Brown: “Persistence and Perseverance Has Kept Me Going”

South African football analyst Gloria Brown has for many years used her extensive football knowledge and passion for the game to keep the sporting fraternity glued to their radios and television screens. In this interview, she chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about her inspirational journey to date.
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Salima Mukansanga Opens Doors for African Women Referees

Rwanda’s Salima Mukansanga made history when she featured as a fourth official in the France vs Australia fixture at the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Tuesday, 22 November. Photo: CAF Women (Twitter)

Salima Mukansanga made history, becoming the first African woman referee to officiate at a men’s FIFA World Cup. Mukansanga was the fourth official in the France vs Australia fixture on Tuesday evening.
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Five Women to Watch in 2022

As the year winds down and we look ahead to 2022, gsport has chosen five women in Lydia Monyepao (pictured), Miné de Klerk, Mpumi Manyisi, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Simoné Kruger who all have what it takes to rise to a winning 2022 #GoGirls!

As the year winds down and we look ahead to 2022, gsport has chosen five women in Lydia Monyepao, Miné de Klerk, Mpumi Manyisi, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Simoné Kruger who all have what it takes to rise to a winning 2022 #GoGirls!

Maphuti Hlako Aims for International Success

PR Manager, Content Producer and Social Media Manager, Maphuti Hlako, has dreams to work with the Manchester United Communications Team, as she aims for international success in her career. Photo: Maphuti Hlako (Instagram)

PR Manager, Content Producer and Social Media Manager, Maphuti Hlako, dreams to work with the Manchester United Communications Team, as she aims for international success in her career.
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Sports Journalist Mpumi Manyisi Making Huge Strides

Soweto TV Sports Journalist, Mpumi Manyisi, is making huge strides in her broadcasting career as she works towards fulfilling her aspiration of becoming an executive producer to elevate women’s sport stories. Photo: Gauteng Sports Awards (Twitter)

Soweto TV Sports Journalist, Mpumi Manyisi, is making huge strides in her broadcasting career as she works towards fulfilling her aspiration of becoming an executive producer to elevate women’s sport stories. Mpumi chats to Faheedah Crouch about her career.
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Potso Mohami Rises in African Football Administration

SAFA administrator, Potso Mohami, passed her first CAF assignment with flying colours as she was one of two coordinators selected to ensure that the inaugural Women’s Champions League tournament hosted in Egypt was a success. Photo: Potso Mohami (Instagram)

SAFA administrator, Potso Mohami, passed her first CAF assignment with flying colours as she was one of two coordinators selected to ensure that the inaugural Women’s Champions League tournament hosted in Egypt was a success.
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