Sheldon Rostron’s Positive Impact on Women’s Sport

Former Hockey SA Head Coach Sheldon Rostron has a dream of making every sports person’s goals and ambitions a reality. Photo: © Terry February Photography www.safieldhockey.co.za

Former South African Women’s Hockey coach, Sheldon Rostron, uses his power as Director of Sport at NWU to ensure that women athletes are afforded opportunities from university level. He chats about his journey and achievements to date.

Lunga Ntuli Encourages Men to Back Women in Sport

July has been marked as Men’s Month and we have decided to shine the spotlight on the incredible male figures who continue to play their part in uplifting women’s sport in South Africa. To kick start our series, we reflect on the journey of 2009 gsport Volunteer of the Year, Lunga Ntuli, who started championing women’s sport as a teenager and helped put many current champions on the map. Photo: Supplied

In 2009, women’s sport pioneer, Lunga Ntuli, became gsport’s first ever male award winner when he won the Volunteer of the Year award. Ntuli leads gsport’s #MensMonth series as he reflects on his journey in working to uplift women’s sport with Celine Abrahams.

Benny Bonsu: Becoming Africa’s Olivia Pope

Ghana-born global sports broadcasting trailblazer, Benny Bonsu, is known as the Oprah of Sport because of her witty, straight to the point interviewing style. She tells Kass Naidoo about her passion for mentoring and her wish to be Africa’s Olivia Pope.

Grace Chirumanzu Stands Up for Women’s Sport in Africa

Founder of The Sports Queen, Grace Chirumanzu’s vision is to establish a good network of sports journalists who are passionate about women’s sport in Africa. Zimababwe’s 2018 Sportswoman of the Year also chats to Kass Naidoo about her sports journey that has seen her impact sport as an athlete, administrator and media professional.