National para-cycling champion, Palesa “Deejay” Manaleng and Spar Proteas captain, Bongi Msomi, lead #MandelaDay celebrations as women and men in women’s sport continue to make a positive impact in various communities in South Africa.
An emphatic eight wicket win in the opening game has put South Africa in a strong position heading into the second game of the three-match T20i series against Pakistan in Durban today.
#TBT to the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards creating employment during Covid-19 last year. Here’s to more meaningful advances this year!
Momentum Proteas opener, Lizelle Lee, reveals that the national team is seeking a more clinical display in the third and final ODI against Pakistan on Tuesday morning.
“When I look back 15 years from now, I will be grateful to the gsport team for entrusting me with such an important role, affording me the opportunity and professional space to grow as a journalist and a woman.” – #gsport15 Sub-Editor, Lonwabo Nkohla blogs on working with the gsport Team.
2020 Momentum gsport Awards Woman in Radio finalist, Nthabiseng Mamabolo, is ecstatic to be featured among esteemed fellow women in sport, such as Lebohang Motsoeli and Itumeleng Banda. She hopes that her recognition will open doors for her to tell more stories of women in sport in the near future.
Big deals and new signings dominate July #GAL2020 Newsmakers with football leading the way and cricket coming a close second. The second gsport Annual List event takes place in December.
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.
The gsport team is proud to unveil experienced Radio 2000 Sport Anchor, Lonwabo Nkohla, as the #gsport15 campaign sub-editor. Nkohla reveals her joy as she tells Celine Abrahams about her goal of adding her voice to women’s sport.
Gerda Steyn will battle it out with 800m World Champion, Caster Semenya, and CAF African Women’s Footballer of the Year, Thembi Kgatlana, for gsport Athlete of the Year as public voting kicks off from 19 July to 9 August, to determine the winners across 18 categories for the 2019 gsport Awards