2023 a “Breakthrough Year” for Tiffany Keep

International cyclist Tiffany Keep is benefitting after a leap of faith allowed her to realise professional firsts in 2023, and she believes the platform she’s laid will allow her greater opportunities to qualify for Paris 2024 among with other career goals. All photos: Supplied

International cyclist Tiffany Keep is benefitting after a leap of faith allowed her to realise professional firsts in 2023, and she believes the platform she’s laid will allow her greater opportunities to qualify for Paris 2024 among with other career goals

#PowerOfRecognition: Rene Naylor

Rene Naylor, an esteemed physiotherapist and recipient of the Ministerial Recognition of Excellence award, chats to gsport as she will represent the country with the Springboks team at the 2023 Rugby World Cup!
#gsport18 #SheOwnsHerSuccess #PowerOfRecognition

Nosipho Mthembu New Face of Canoeing in South Africa

All Africa Games gold medallist, Nosipho Mthembu, hopes her Momentum gsport Awards Ministerial award will pave the way for young girls interested in canoeing. Her current goal is to win the Dusi canoe marathon while long term she wants to represent South Africa at the Olympics.

Saray Khumalo on a Mission to Educate an African Child

Rachel Makhura interviewed the first Black African woman to summit Mount Everest, Saray Khumalo, and blogs on gsport about this women’s amazing exploits, and the good work she does in the background to make a difference for the education of African children