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Jen Wilson Leading the Way on the International Scene

Jen Wilson Leading the Way on the International Scene

Scotland Women’s Hockey Head Coach, Jen Wilson, is flying the South African flag high on the international stage as she enjoys a successful coaching career. The triple Olympian former hockey player chats to the gsport Team about her inspiring journey and greatest ambition.

Zintle Mpupha Swaps Cricket for Rugby

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.

Penny Heyns Plays Her Part to Inspire Next Generation

Penny Heyns Plays Her Part to Inspire Next Generation

2020 Momentum gsport Awards ambassador, Penny Heyns, is enjoying the opportunity to be part of this year’s campaign as she plays her part to inspire South Africa’s next generation of women athletes. Heyns chatted to Marc Lewis of Newzroom Afrika about the need for more female role models.

Karabo Mokgalagadi Boosted by Momentum gsport Awards Success

Karabo Mokgalagadi Boosted by Momentum gsport Awards Success

At the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards, Karabo Mokgalagadi walked away with the Woman in Radio award, and has since seen her career take off. She tells Celine Abrahams about being promoted to Sports Editor at leading North West commercial radio station, YOU FM, and reveals her five-year plan.

Hazel Gumede’s Passion for Mentoring

Hazel Gumede’s Passion for Mentoring

Tonight, we go into the archives and look back on the story of the legendary eighties netball phenomenon, Hazel “Special” Gumede, who has been appointed Momentum gsport Awards mentor, thirteen years after being inducted into the gsport Hall of Fame.

Amy Abrahams Inspiring the Next Generation

Amy Abrahams Inspiring the Next Generation

Multiple Western Province cross country champion and full-time teacher, Amy Abrahams, uses her life story to inspire youth growing up in disadvantaged areas. She tells Celine Abrahams about the importance of mentorship and why sponsors need to invest in up and coming athletes.

Noko Matlou’s African Success Story

Noko Matlou’s African Success Story

Banyana Banyana stalwart, Noko Matlou, the first South African player, male or female, to win the CAF African Footballer of the Year Award, speaks to Celine Abrahams about her achievements. She also chats about her plans to develop the next generation of female footballers on the continent.

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