Founder of The Sports Queen, Grace Chirumanzu’s vision is to establish a good network of sports journalists who are passionate about women’s sport in Africa. Zimababwe’s 2018 Sportswoman of the Year also chats to Kass Naidoo about her sports journey that has seen her impact sport as an athlete, administrator and media professional.
Sportswoman of the Year
South African para-athlete, Anrune Weyers, claimed the first gold medal at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships and was also named the Sportswoman of the Year with a disability at the SA Sports Awards on Sunday
Madibaz Sportswoman of the Year, Ischke Senekal, has played a major role in cementing her status as one of South Africa’s finest field athletes and says that her support system has kept her on track
Rising South African footballer, Amanda Mthandi, was named University of Johannesburg’s Sportswoman of the Year earlier in October and she sheds light on her achievement and more
Star field athlete Ischke Senekal was honoured with a top award when she was crowned Sportswoman of the Year at the Madibaz Sport gala awards evening in Port Elizabeth last week.
University of Johannesburg women’s soccer captain Thato Letsose was delighted to be named Sportswoman of the Year at UJ’s annual gala awards function at Randpark Golf Club in Johannesburg.
Her parent’s advice gave TUT Sports Marketing student Dibuseng Theresa Modise an inclination for independence, courtesy her dad, and for the pursuit of job satisfaction, courtesy her mom, and this former Milner High School Senior Victrix Ludorum is intent on making both count.
gsport Founder Kass Naidoo calls on fans to vote for Banyana Banyana vice-captain and gsport Ambassador, Refiloe Jane, alongside wheelchair tennis ace Kg Montjane, finalists in the Sports Personality of the Year Award at the 2018 Gauteng Sport Awards. Supporters can vote by texting 49497 using ‘Sport 10’ for Refiloe Jane, and for Kg Montjane by using ‘Sport 09’.
Nelson Mandela University netball star Nolusindiso Twani has been inspired to lace up her takkies for another season after being named Sportswoman of the Year at the Nelson Mandela University’s Achievers Awards last week.
Portia Modise and Gezelle Magerman make history to lead a bunch of women winning at the 2014 SA Sports Awards