NEW FEATURE: 2013 Woman in Media award winner, Dikeledi Letsiri, hopes to use her knowledge and experience to continue blazing a trail for young women to fulfil their career dreams and chats about the power of being recognised on the gsport stage #GoGirls
In this week’s #FollowFriday feature, we introduce you to rising football commentator, Kamogelo Maite, who dreams of making it big in the industry, as she tells Nonto Nothana.
Introducing one of our leading Twitter followers, Tlamelo Kganakga, a radio producer and presenter on Mahikeng FM, who is passionate about driving interest in profiling grassroots women’s sport.
The first ever gsport African Woman in Sport award was won by FIBA and SuperSport writer Usher Komugisha. Africa couldn’t have asked for a better ambassador. Usher is a true representation of ‘Black child it’s possible”
ABC News’s Brittany Carter continues to champion women’s sport in Australia by affording athletes the opportunity to share their stories on the Ladies Who League podcast platform. Carter chats to Selina Munsamy about the growing support of women’s sport and overcoming challenges in her career.
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.
Kenya’s Celestine Karoney is approaching fifteen years in sports media. She talks to Kass Naidoo about her journey from sports intern on Kenya Television to sports reporter on BBC Africa.
gsport Member, Sinethemba Mbatha, blogs to encourage more women to make their dreams of being in the sports industry a reality.
Public Voting has closed for the 2019 gsport Awards, and now the results will be reviewed by the Awards auditors, who will confirm the overall winners to be announced in Johannesburg on Saturday, 31 August
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