Nontokozo Madonsela, Chief Marketing Officer of Momentum Metropolitan Holdings, has announced the company’s partnership with the 2019 gsport Awards on the back of its highly successful #NoApologyForMySuccess campaign
Happy Womens Day! Tell us how you raise the profile of women’s sport in SA and you could win free entry to the gsport Awards. Take note: Strictly open to registered gsport members only
Public Voting has closed for the 2019 gsport Awards, and now the results will be reviewed by the Awards auditors, who will confirm the overall winners to be announced in Johannesburg on Saturday, 31 August
Dynamic Kaiyuree Moodley packs a huge punch and her lethal ball-striking, pin-seeking approaches and putting prowess has put the rising golf star in the running for two national women’s sports awards
After her experience working for various sporting events at NMB Stadium, 2019 gsport Woman in Social Media Finalist Brittany Blaauw knew she wanted a career in sports media/PR
Cloaked Voting commences at 6pm this evening, and no Awards voting totals will be visible in the gsport Voting Hall for the final week of #gsport14 voting. Voting closes at 6pm on Friday, 9 August, and the winners will be revealed on stage at the conclusion of Women’s Month, on Saturday, 31 August
Eight year old self-made chess whiz Minentle Miya – the youngest-ever gsport Awards finalist – is up against leading SA U16 squash star, Awande Malinga and SA’s 2nd-ranked junior golfer, Kaiyuree Moodley, for the 2019 gsport Schools Sport Star Award.
Nominations for the 14th annual gsport Awards were from Friday, 19 April until midnight, Friday, 14 June 2019, and are now closed