Young leaders, Nqobile Gama, Sipokazi Sokanyile and Mathatho Manaka, are changing the game for women in sport as calls increase for more women in leadership positions in sporting organisations. In this week’s #MondayMotivation feature, we reflect on key advice previously shared by this star trio.
Wits keeper Simamkele Lesele blogs about her dual career as an athlete and as intern Account Manager at Brave Group advertising agency
Award-winning TimesLive Sport Reporter, Mahlatse Mphahlele, is playing his part to increase print coverage of women’s sport, using his extensive knowledge and experience to shine the spotlight on deserving South African sportswomen. He reflects on his journey in sport with Celine Abrahams.
“Since you require 5 years experience. Are you doing anything in particular to provide the youth (graduates and students who show potential) with training or information regarding that training to better equip us to be fit or ready for positions that require 5 years experience like the one you currently have?” #AskGG
Former CATHSSETA TUT MLS gsport Intern, Anoushka Swart, blogs about her academic journey and how she pushed through the pain to achieve her dream of being bestowed her qualification Cum Laude
Her parent’s advice gave TUT Sports Marketing student Dibuseng Theresa Modise an inclination for independence, courtesy her dad, and for the pursuit of job satisfaction, courtesy her mom, and this former Milner High School Senior Victrix Ludorum is intent on making both count.