Tatjana Schoenmaker sets another African record, bettering her 50m long course breaststroke record set at the Commonwealth Games, crossing the finish line in 30:52 at the NTS Championships.
Momentum gsport Awards
International netball sensation Karla Pretorius has been named gsport Newsmaker of the Year, alongside nine other distinguished South African women in sport, at a lunch to celebrate recipients of the gsport Annual List (#GAL2020),
Caitlyn Macnab lived up to her number one billing with a dominant performance, to claim the Open Championship title with a three-shot victory and also bagged the Junior and Closed Championships titles at Glendower Golf Club.
TROVE Wellness founder, Juanita Khumalo, hopes to positively impact the lives of women through wellness and fitness after it saved her life three years ago.
Seasoned sports broadcaster, Thabiso Sithole, has watched gsport grow from the very beginning and has contributed significantly to our journey of telling Proudly South African stories. He raises the flag for women’s sport in this passionate interview about his career.
“People think that if you are disabled you can’t do anything, let alone play sport,” says 2020 Minister’s Recognition of Excellence Award recipient, Noluthando Makalima. The adaptive surfer admits water remains her hope and solace to fulfil herself and her family’s dreams.
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”
One week ago, we honoured 27 women in sport at the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards. Today, the winners reflect on how their week has been since receiving recognition on the gsport stage.
As we approach the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards, leading media personality, Kuli Roberts, reflects on how South African celebrities have graced the gsport awards red carpet since the inception of the awards.
Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane is a wheelchair tennis player, ranked 7th globally and number one in Africa. She is currently up for another Momentum gsport award in the category Athlete with Disability. KG was born in Seshego, Polokwane in Limpopo, making her part of the Limpopo Champions League (a group of South African’s that come from […]