Chess Star Kajol Naidoo Wins South African Junior Championship

Young chess star, Kajol Naidoo, recently crowned winner of the South African Chess Junior Championships. Photo: Supplied.

Chess star, Kajol Naidoo, is ecstatic to have won the South African Chess Junior Championships U10 division title. She chats to Babsie Kutwana about her victory and challenges of playing chess virtually due to Covid-19 restrictions #SaturdaySmile

Nominations Open for 2020 Momentum gsport Awards

‪African and global award categories introduced as nominations open for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards, celebrating the 15th edition of South Africa’s longest running women’s sport awards.

#gsport14 Voting Update: Cloaked Voting from Today

Cloaked Voting commences at 6pm this evening, and no Awards voting totals will be visible in the gsport Voting Hall for the final week of #gsport14 voting. Voting closes at 6pm on Friday, 9 August, and the winners will be revealed on stage at the conclusion of Women’s Month, on Saturday, 31 August

Top Youth Talent Battle It Out in Schools Sport Star Category

Eight year old self-made chess whiz Minentle Miya – the youngest-ever gsport Awards finalist – is up against leading SA U16 squash star, Awande Malinga and SA’s 2nd-ranked junior golfer, Kaiyuree Moodley, for the 2019 gsport Schools Sport Star Award.

Steyn to battle it out with Semenya and Kgatlana for gsport Crown

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

#gsport14 Nominations Closed

Nominations for the 14th annual gsport Awards were from Friday, 19 April until midnight, Friday, 14 June 2019, and are now closed