Tips for Aspiring Women Leaders in Sport

Becoming a leader in the world of sports can be challenging, but it’s also incredibly rewarding. Check out these top tips to make your mark in the world of sport!
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Thando Mpembe: “Complacency is Not Good in Journalism”

From Current Affairs, Entertainment News and Sport, Thando Mpembe has had to adapt and swim with the waves in her quest to become one of the countries well-recognised writers. gsport Writer Lonwabo Nkohla unpacks the life of the versatile journalist.
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All Eyes on SA Volleyball’s First Ever Female Head Coach

Meet Gadija Jappie, South Africa’s first ever female head coach of a senior national volleyball team. With the further lifting of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, Jappie is hoping to get going with her work as head coach of SA National Beach Volleyball.

Selina Munsamy’s Journey from Humble Beginnings

2019 Momentum gsport Awards Supporter of the Year Finalist, Selina Munsamy, pictured as a guest at a Central Gauteng Lions match. Photo: Supplied

A decade ago, Selina Munsamy began her sporting journey recording scores during local matches for Tongaat Cricket Union in KwaZulu-Natal. Today, she leads the way as Hollywoodbets KZN Women’s Cricket […]

Penny Heyns Lauds Increased Women Role Models in Sport

Two-time Olympic champion, Penny Heyns, has been using her role as 2020 Momentum gsport Awards ambassador to share views on various topics involving the current state of women’s sport and recently highlighted the increase of role models for young girls. Photo: Swimming World (Twitter)

2020 Momentum gsport Awards ambassador Penny Heyns is impressed with the increase in women role models in sport since her participation days. In her interview with Expresso Show’s Graeme Richards, she also encourages the youth to swim their own race and journey through the challenges.

Amanda Pakade Readies MSSA for Global Success

Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade’s first term in office has seen her live up to her personal hashtag - #IWasBornToMakeAnImpact! Indeed an impact was evident in the lives of athletes as soon as she took office. Photo: Supplied

Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade, heads into her second term in office after having made an immediate impact at the organisation over the past year. Pakade reveals how she’s had to adapt to life during a global pandemic, the challenges of keeping MSSA afloat and looking forward to the future.