2020 Momentum gsport Awards Woman in Radio finalist, Lebo Motsoeli loves seeing women dominate on the airwaves. Her dedicated #WomenInSportWednesday slots on MetroFM allows her to showcase the talents of women in sport.
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Her love for the Proteas led Momentum gsport Woman in Print finalist Lynn Butler to study Journalism and we certainly benefit from that beautiful love story as it unearthed one of South Africa’s greatest writers.
The Momentum Proteas battle out with the SPAR Proteas and Banyana Banyana in the Momentum gsport Awards Team of the Year category on the 31st of August. The Dane van Niekerk led side continues to make huge strides in the women’s game.
Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis admits that never in her wildest dreams did she imagine that she would achieve all she has as player and coach in football. The 2009 gsport Hall of Famer is up for the Coach of the Year accolade at the 15th edition of the Momentum gsport Awards. The nomination […]
African Woman in Sport finalist, Caroline Nyadiero, is playing her part to empower young girls and women in Kenya to take on leadership roles in sport. She hopes to use her platform at the Kenya Handball Federation as a stepping-stone to change the face of the game.
“The Momentum gsport Awards is one platform that shines light on the achievements of women…” – #gsport15 Judge Mary Papayya reflects on this year’s judging along with other panel members. Finalists will be announced on Saturday, 1 August.
Rising Sponsorship Manager Nqobile Gama’s extensive research on the underrepresentation of women in sports leadership roles has received a remarkable response from the public. She hopes to take over the reins from her role models to lead the next generation.
At the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards, Karabo Mokgalagadi walked away with the Woman in Radio award, and has since seen her career take off. She tells Celine Abrahams about being promoted to Sports Editor at leading North West commercial radio station, YOU FM, and reveals her five-year plan.
African and global award categories introduced as nominations open for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards, celebrating the 15th edition of South Africa’s longest running women’s sport awards.
Momentum gsport Award winners laud first ever prize money at country’s leading women’s sport recognition platforms with School Sports Star of the Year, Minentle Miya, saying she will use the money to fund her upcoming African Youth Chess Championships trip