Mahlatse Mphahlele Making His Mark on Women’s Sport

Award-winning Sports Journalist, Mahlatse Mphahlele, previously pictured in an interview on SABC. Photo: Screenshot

Award-winning TimesLive Sport Reporter, Mahlatse Mphahlele, is playing his part to increase print coverage of women’s sport, using his extensive knowledge and experience to shine the spotlight on deserving South African sportswomen. He reflects on his journey in sport with Celine Abrahams.

One Question Every Woman in Sports Media Has Been Asked

Women in sports media are often asked, “Do you even like sport?” In this blog, Celine Abrahams shares her views on dealing with this question and how women are breaking barriers despite struggles of being in a male-dominated space.

Marizanne Kok Finally Bags Momentum gsport Award

Marizanne Kok pictured at the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards after being unveiled as the Woman in Print winner. Photo credit: Momentum

Marizanne Kok celebrates 13 years in the industry this year, and has finally found recognition on the Momentum gsport Awards stage, and the 2020 Woman in Print winner is keen to use her latest accolade to pave the way for future female journalists.

Tlamelo Kganakga Rising Radio Star

"My passion comes from women who work hard, doing what they love. Waking up in the morning to inform a listener what’s happening and introducing something new to the audience," says Mahikeng FM Sports Anchor and Producer, Tlamelo Kganakga. Photo: Supplied 

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.

Reabetswe Mpete Nurtures Future Sport Stars

Reabetswe Mpete’s passion for sports and nurturing athletes’ talents has seen her spend five years working with SASCOC, playing an integral part in the Youth Olympics and she is planning to open her own management agency soon. Photo: Supplied

Reabetswe Mpete, dreams of opening her own management agency. For now, she is dedicating to nurturing South Africa’s athletes as SASCOC’s General Team Manager. She also tells Celine Abrahams about her career lessons and shares her views on the future of women’s sport.