#TBT to the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards creating employment during Covid-19 last year. Here’s to more meaningful advances this year!
Member of FIXSABasketball Movement Youth Brigade, Hale Bookholane, is fighting for drastic changes to uplift the sport in the country. She blogs about current administration and lists ways to improve the state of Basketball
Double-finalist Anrune Weyers is elated to be part of an esteemed group of women in sport that will be recognised for their incredible work in the past year. The Two-time Paralympian and World Champion is nominated in the Athlete with Disability and Momentum Athlete of the Year categories.
Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade, heads into her second term in office after having made an immediate impact at the organisation over the past year. Pakade reveals how she’s had to adapt to life during a global pandemic, the challenges of keeping MSSA afloat and looking forward to the future.
Central Gauteng Lions Cricket Administrator, Takatso Mkhwanazi, is playing a vital role in ensuring that schools from primary level invest in developing girl cricketers for the national team. She chats to gsport member, Selina Munsamy, about the challenges women’s cricket faces and her plans for the future.
Keabetswe Taele, Marisa Calvert and Lali Stander – exceptional women who have all gone above and beyond in raising the profile of women’s sport in South Africa – are finalists for the 2019 gsport Women in PR and Sponsorship award.
My name is Mari-Louise van Staden and I would like to tell you a little about myself. I was born in Pretoria and I have stayed here my whole life. I am 14 years old and in Grade 8 at Tuine High School in Pretoria Gardens.