South African women in sport raise the bar, signing lucrative deals and produce unstoppable performances, resulting in a bumper June edition of gsport’s monthly #GAL2021 Newsmakers List, powered by Momentum #SheOwnsHerSuccess
If you haven’t nominated anyone for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards yet, we reveal an inspirational list of achievers that you may want to consider putting forward for recognition for #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Sasol Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis selects her strongest squad to face Netherlands in a friendly match in preparation for the CAF AWCON qualifiers that will kick off later this year #GoGirls
South Africa’s international football stars Janine van Wyk and Ode Fulutudilu were among the talent responsible for seeing Glasgow City FC retain their Scottish Women’s Premier League champions title on Sunday #gsportGlobal
Fresh from aiding Finnish side Aland United to multiple season accomplishments, Banyana Banyana striker Ode Fulutudilu is signed by Glasgow City FC where she joins SA team-mate Janine van Wyk
South African international star, Ode Fulutudilu, guides Aland United to a historic double title triumph following a final day victory to win the Finnish League.
South African women in sport break new ground globally and sports federations up their game as we unveil an exceptional October #GAL2020 List of Newsmakers!
Banyana Banyana striker, Amanda Mthandi, is the latest player to sign an international pro contract as she joins Club Deportivo Badajoz Femenino in Spain.
Biggest monthly list as 19 gsport newsmakers are featured this May as we continue our build-up to the second gsport Annual List event in December 2020.
Banyana Banyana international, Ode Fulutudilu, is the first personality to sign up to the Mission 89 Ambassador Programme to help combat trafficking in the world of sport.