Senior Director of Sport at the University of Johannesburg, Nomsa Mahlangu, has been honoured by the Mpumalanga Provincial Government for her outstanding contribution to sport.
Former gsport Vacation Reporter, Valencia Seshoene, has been included in the IOC Young Leaders six-week learning sprint programme. She hopes to be part of the 25 candidates chosen to lead the programme.
UCT’s Sport Co-ordinator, Mel Awu, is determined to continue empowering the lives of students through sport and education. She chats to Celine Abrahams about women empowerment and what keeps her motivated.
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.
Lifelong sport advocate and 2019 Momentum gsport Ministerial Award recipient, Nomsa Mahlangu, is determined to use her position as President of Federation of Africa University Sports to create better sporting opportunities. She is also eager to ensure that education remains a key factor in every athletes’ life.
Leading women in sport have backed the introduction of the African Woman in Sport and Global Woman in Sport categories for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards as gsport4girls commemorates the 15th edition of the country’s leading women’s sport recognition platform.
Nomsa Mahlangu holds numerous leadership roles in school sports and has been elected as the new President of University Sports South Africa, taking over from Ilhaam Groeneveld
Banyana Banyana star Thembi Kgatlana scoops the main prize on a stunning evening of winners as assembled dignitaries and guests heard the refrain over and over again from winners on the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards that there will be #NoApologyForMySuccess
University of Johannesburg official Nomsa Mahlangu has been recognised for her contribution to varsity sport by being elected president of the Federation of African University Sports.
gsport has announced receipt of more than 600 nominations, adding up to 237 nominees across the 18 Awards categories open for public nominations, for the 2018 gsport Awards.