#FollowFriday Founder of the SHE GOAL initiative, Sandra Yeboah, is passionate about developing women’s football and calls for more support to grow the game in Ghana. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and aspirations to own a football team.
Rising cricketer, Madison Landsman, is breaking barriers at an early age as she prepares to feature in the third edition of the Women’s Super League T20 tournament. She chats ahead of playing alongside her Momentum Proteas heroines.
Newly elected SA Gymnastics Federation Second Vice-President, Keolebogile Mokolopo, is hoping to use her decade-long leadership experience to positively develop the sport. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey.
President of CFF Olympia Las Rozas, Sonia Soria, is hoping to empower women to take up space in leadership roles in the sports industry through her new global network, LOBBY SSPORTS. She chats to gsport about her new project.
TROVE Wellness founder, Juanita Khumalo, hopes to positively impact the lives of women through wellness and fitness after it saved her life three years ago.
SuperSport Sportscaster, Andee Mahamba, is ecstatic to be named in the Woman in Television category for #gsport15. Last year, Mahamba was a finalist in the Style Star category.
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.
Rising tennis star, Kelly Arends hopes to follow in the footsteps of her idol Serena Williams, as she celebrates 10 years in tennis. She chats to Celine Abrahams about the challenges in her quest to conquer the world of Tennis.
Junior tennis coach, and women empowerment champion, Asnath Sebati, is using her experience to help develop more players for the future. She also tells to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of being a black woman in sport and shares her greatest ambitions.
Makgosi Peloakgosi has a forensic sciences degree and is vocal about the importance of education. For now, her focus is on putting South African squash on the map. This rising professional squash star chats to Celine Abrahams about drawing inspiration from black women in sport.