2021 Momentum gsport Public Choice winner, Mbali Sigidi feels elated about the award as she never though she will win the gsport award, she reveals her career international goals and her thoughts on the awards being televised #GoGirls
Momentum’s Social Media Manager, Miliswa Sitshwele, hopes her career journey will inspire the youth from her hometown of Engcobo to know their dreams are attainable. She chats to Celine Abrahams about owning her success.
NEW FEATURE: 2013 Woman in Media award winner, Dikeledi Letsiri, hopes to use her knowledge and experience to continue blazing a trail for young women to fulfil their career dreams and chats about the power of being recognised on the gsport stage #GoGirls
Award-winning TV and Radio Sports Journalist, Romy Titus, is honoured to be appointed Media Liaison for the national men’s football team – Bafana Bafana – for the upcoming COSAFA tournament #SundayRead
2018 gsport Ministerial Recognition of Excellence winner, Deejay Manaleng celebrates latest academic achievement after going back to school for the first time in ten years. #SheOwnsHerSuccess #gsport16
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.
Award-winning SuperSport Presenter and Anchor, Julia Stuart, is witnessing her career rise in leaps and bounds. The recently appointed analyst on the Premier League Today show tells Celine Abrahams about her global dreams.
Award-winning sports journalist and founder of All things Jabu, Tyron Barnard, is eager to inspire young girls to follow their sporting dreams by covering the successful stories of current women in sport.
Marizanne Kok celebrates 13 years in the industry this year, and has finally found recognition on the Momentum gsport Awards stage, and the 2020 Woman in Print winner is keen to use her latest accolade to pave the way for future female journalists.
The first ever gsport African Woman in Sport award was won by FIBA and SuperSport writer Usher Komugisha. Africa couldn’t have asked for a better ambassador. Usher is a true representation of ‘Black child it’s possible”