#gsportTop10: SA Stars Hitting the Big Leagues

In our latest #gsportTop10 to mark two years of the #gsportGlobal chapter, we salute 10 leading South African women in sport who are making a name for themselves in women’s pro leagues around the world.

The Battle is on for Imperial African Woman in Sport

Leading Zimbabwean sports administrator, Violet Jubane, DRC born Banyana Banyana forward, Ode Fulutudilu and Ghanaian media all-rounder, Juliet Bawuah will battle it out for the Imperial African Woman in Sport award.

Contenders to be Considered for #gsport16 Nominations

Photo 1 Caption: 2019 Momentum gsport Awards’ Estée Lauder Style Star of the Year trophy awarded to SuperSport sportscaster, Lindiwe Dube. Photo: Lindiwe Dube

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

Ode Fulutudilu Signed by Glasgow City FC

South African international striker, Ode Fulutudilu has been signed by SWPL1 reigning champs Glasgow City FC, where she will wear shirt no. 9 to join team-mate Janine van Wyk. Photo: Glasgow City FC

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