#ChooseDay: Celebrating Momentum Athlete of the Year, Andile Dlamini

Banyana Banyana and Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini, performing at the 2023 Momentum gsport Awards as the opening act at Wanderers Club in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 12 September. Photo: gsport

Momentum Athlete of the Year Andile Dlamini is the epitome of self-actualisation. Not only is she one of South Africa’s top goalkeepers, she is also an incredible singer! She reflects on being the opening act on the #gsport18 Awards night. #SheOwnsHerSuccess #PowerOfRecognition

Introducing the #gsport18 #PowerOfRecognition Ambassador Program!

To celebrate the #PowerOfRecognition, gsport is thrilled to announce that all former winners and finalists of the prestigious Momentum gsport Awards will be ambassadors for this year’s #gsport18 Campaign!
#AmbassadorProgram #SheOwnsHerSuccess #ClosingTheVisibilityGap

DSAC Drums Up Support for #NetballFriday Ahead of NWC2023

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC) has promised more buzz and excitement in the buildup to the Netball World Cup, which will be hosted in Cape Town from 28 July to 6 August 2023. Photo: Department of Sport, Arts & Culture (Twitter)

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture throws its weight behind the #NetballFriday initiative in support of the 2023 Netball World Cup. This latest development comes on the back of DSAC’s Netball World Cup Legacy Project, which has already seen a host of netball courts unveiled across the country.

SASN Partner With PEP to Make Netball Fun for Kids

South African Schools Netball officially launched their new Mini Netball festival to make the sport fun, with PEP as sponsor. Photo: Netball SA (Twitter)

South African Schools Netball partner with PEP to officially launch their new Mini Netball festival to make the sport fun. The festival will start off in three provinces Western Cape, Gauteng and the Free State focussing on girls between the ages of 7 and 10 years

Bongi Msomi Looks Forward to Developing Young Stars

SPAR Proteas captain Bongi Msomi lauded Telkom’s Stand Tall campaign, which aims to use netball as catalyst to encourage South African youth to embrace their individuality, follow their dreams whilst growing participation in the sport ahead of the tournament. Photo: gsport

SPAR Proteas captain Bongi Msomi speaks on Telkom’s #StandTall campaign, saying: “I’d love to use my involvement in Stand Tall to plough back and develop upcoming athletes as well as young people, so they can end up better than I am.”

Vodacom URC Launches Women’s Leadership Academy

The Vodacom United Rugby Championship launches a powerful drive to encourage greater women representation in the sports workplace with the creation of the URC Women’s Leadership Academy.