Join us as we celebrate the triumphs and journeys of gsport’s January 2024 Newsmakers, a top selection South African women athletes who achieved remarkable achievements to leave their mark on the sporting landscape #GAL2024
SA’s wheelchair Tennis superstars Kgothatso Montjane and Mariska Venter saw off Morocco 2-0 in the final of the BNP Paribas World Team Cup Africa Qualification Event in Abuja, Nigeria, to secure a ticket at the World Group Event in May 2024
As part of its #RiseForGood campaign, Mahindra SA has announced a partnership deal with wheelchair tennis superstar Kgothatso Montjane. KG is now driving the XUV700 as Mahindra showcases their commitment to supporting South African legends.
Kgothatso Montjane’s journey at the Australian Open has come to an end but one of South Africa’s greatest Tennis players can be proud of the effort she put in. As she continues her journey to winning more titles on the grand stages, SA remains behinds her.
Kgothatso Montjane dispatched Japan’s Manami Tanaki 6-2, 6-0, for a place in the semi-final round of the Australian Open. Montjane is determined to secure her maiden Grand Slam singles title, and why not at #AO2024
Kgothatso Montjane is through to the Quarter-Finals of the 2024 Australian Open after fourth-seeded Momoko Ohtani retired in the second set of their first-round tie, at Melbourne Park in Australia on Tuesday
Two-time wheelchair tennis grand slam champion Kgothatso Montjane has clinched the women’s doubles title at the Victorian Open in Victoria, Australia. The tune-up event ahead of the first slam of the year will be a confidence boost for Montjane
We kick off 2024 with the first intake for the gsport Annual List – #GAL2024 – with ten of the best athletic performances, whether by a team or by an individual, drawn from news reports in the gsport Newsroom for the months of November and December 2024.
Two-time Grand Slam Wheelchair tennis sensation Kgothatso Montjane is one of the leading stars at the first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open. Montjane, who has put SA tennis on the map, is still chasing her maiden singles Gland Slam title.
2023 has undoubtedly been a memorable year for women’s sport. From the curtain, the ICC U19 Women’s World Cup to all the milestones and achievements that followed. Lonwabo Nkohla takes a look at lessons to be learned …
From Banyana Banyana’s historic Women’s World Cup feat to KG Montjane excelling beyond belief, there were countless moments in 2023 that will be remembered as sportswomen excelled in their respective fields
2023, the year for women’s sport has been historic. So many women in sport excelled beyond. gsport Newsmaker of the Year Kgothatso Montjane, exceptional gymnast Caitlin Rooskrantz and cricket prodigy Madison Landsman reflect on the year they owned their success.