NEW FEATURE: This Olympic Day, we start a new series, as we honour Olympians and Paralympians, who have won on the Momentum gsport Awards stage, led by the great Penny Heyns, the inspiration behind the launch of gsport in 2006.
#FollowFriday Founder of the SHE GOAL initiative, Sandra Yeboah, is passionate about developing women’s football and calls for more support to grow the game in Ghana. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and aspirations to own a football team.
Rising cricketer, Madison Landsman, is breaking barriers at an early age as she prepares to feature in the third edition of the Women’s Super League T20 tournament. She chats ahead of playing alongside her Momentum Proteas heroines.
30 000 tickets sold for the first-ever SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge commencing on 26 September 2020. SPAR can now donate food parcels to survivors of gender-based violence and their families. R170 000 has also been donated to the Jacaranda Good Morning Angels initiative.
“Reading your publication and participating in your events over the years has been an incredible inspiration to me…” – Sport Presenter, Zai Khan reflects on being part of gsport’s journey over 14 years.
Exciting social media competition launched to choose the #gsport15 Miss Congeniality winner. This initiative is open to nominees who just missed out on the cut to make the shortlist for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards.
Leading women in sport have backed the introduction of the African Woman in Sport and Global Woman in Sport categories for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards as gsport4girls commemorates the 15th edition of the country’s leading women’s sport recognition platform.
gsport talks with Lamla Momoti about Thetha Women, an effort by the former Springbok Women’s player to bridge the gender inequality gap at development structures for young girls in sport.
The gsport team is proud to unveil experienced Radio 2000 Sport Anchor, Lonwabo Nkohla, as the #gsport15 campaign sub-editor. Nkohla reveals her joy as she tells Celine Abrahams about her goal of adding her voice to women’s sport.
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.