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),
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.
Sports PR specialist, Bronwyn Roets, has run some of the biggest campaigns globally and she plans to continue leading the way to power South African athletes’ careers forward.
#gsport15 Ministerial Award recipient, Nosipho Mthembu proves her championship mentality as the 19-year-old kicks illness and lack of training to the curb to win the U23 K1 title at the KZN Marathon Championships.
Meet Gadija Jappie, South Africa’s first ever female head coach of a senior national volleyball team. With the further lifting of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, Jappie is hoping to get going with her work as head coach of SA National Beach Volleyball.
Double-finalist Anrune Weyers is elated to be part of an esteemed group of women in sport that will be recognised for their incredible work in the past year. The Two-time Paralympian and World Champion is nominated in the Athlete with Disability and Momentum Athlete of the Year categories.
South African Paralympic rower, Sandra Khumalo vowed to embrace every moment of her life after surviving a tragic car accident which left her paralysed from the waist down. She shares her story of triumph.
Nigerian National Women’s Basketball player, Ezinne Kalu-Phelps, is a firm believer in following one’s heart and vision to achieve success. We get to know Kalu-Phelps, who has chosen to honour her African roots over her adopted country, the USA. She also shares some insight on what Africa can learn from the rest of the world about promoting women’s sport.
Double All Africa Games gold medallist, Tiffany Keep, is eager to build on her early success, as she aims to become South Africa’s next best cyclist. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her passion for cycling and mountain biking and her dream to take part in the Olympics.
Youth Olympic silver medallist, Duné Coetzee, is on her way to the United States of America when she matriculates later this year. She chats to Celine Abrahams about being the first SA female swimmer to win a medal at the Youth Olympics and how she plans to build on that success with her US move.