Bridgitte Hartley on Life Post Retirement

Olympic sprint canoe medalist Bridgitte is looking forward to the next chapter in her life post retirement, as she is now using her experience to groom the next generation. Photo: Supplied

For over 18 years, Bridgitte Hartley proudly flew the South African flag across the globe. Today, she chats to gsport Writer Oarabile Diphoko about her decision to retire and play her part in grooming the next generation.
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Young Star Mila Ben David Breaking Boundaries

Mila Ben David is a Judo, Jiu-Jitsu superstar with a long list of accolades to her name. She’s won gold at the World Champs in 2019, a Silver medal at the European Champs. It does not end there, the 11-year-old had a chat with Lonwabo Nkohla to share more. #ChooseDay

Nomsa Mahlangu Plans to Create Opportunities in Sport on the Continent

President of University Sports South Africa and Federation of Africa University Sports, Nomsa Mahlangu, pictured at the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards where she was honoured with a Ministerial Award for her outstanding contribution to sport as well as women in sport. Photo: gsport

Lifelong sport advocate and 2019 Momentum gsport Ministerial Award recipient, Nomsa Mahlangu, is determined to use her position as President of Federation of Africa University Sports to create better sporting opportunities. She is also eager to ensure that education remains a key factor in every athletes’ life.

Nthabiseng Ngutshane Calls for More Schools to Introduce Girls Rugby

As we journey to better understand the importance of grassroots sport in society, gsport Member, Thando Sibiya, interviews Leadhome Pirates Women’s Rugby team’s touch rugby player, Nthabiseng Ngutshane, about her early sporting development and flying the South African flag in Dubai at the Rugby Seven’s International Invitational Women’s Tournament.

Zintle Mpupha Swaps Cricket for Rugby

Zintle Mpupha left a promising career in cricket in 2013 to take up rugby. Today, she is the Springbok Seven’s Women’s Rugby captain and she believes that the current crop of female rugby players will change the face of the game for the next generation. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her sporting journey and the impact she wants to make.

Kgothatso Montjane Champions Disability Sport in South Africa

Four-time gsport award winner, Kgothatso Montjane, is the most decorated Sportswoman with a Disability awardee on the gsport stage and is hoping that her success will open doors for more female wheelchair tennis players. Photo: Supplied

Four-time gsport award winner, Kgothatso Montjane, regards the initiative as one that has nurtured her career and given her the platform to be a role model for young women to look up to. She also chats to Celine Abrahams about developing disability sport in South Africa and her desire to win a Major.

Asnath Sebati Impacts Lives of Future Tennis Stars

Junior tennis coach, and women empowerment champion, Asnath Sebati, is using her experience to help develop more players for the future. She also tells to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of being a black woman in sport and shares her greatest ambitions.

Benny Bonsu: Becoming Africa’s Olivia Pope

Ghana-born global sports broadcasting trailblazer, Benny Bonsu, is known as the Oprah of Sport because of her witty, straight to the point interviewing style. She tells Kass Naidoo about her passion for mentoring and her wish to be Africa’s Olivia Pope.