Rugby referee, Tshepi Moropa, believes in women rising and creating their own opportunities in the world of sport. She is a firm believer in gender equality and hopes to pave the way for young girls to achieve their sporting dreams in the future.
Award winning sportscaster, Lindiwe Dube, is using her life story to inspire young girls growing up in disadvantaged areas. The 2019 Estee Lauder Style Star of the Year chats to Celine Abrahams about the importance of brand presentation in her quest to become one of the best!
Inspiring and well-respected football journalist, Melissa Reddy’s journey has seen her rise from an intern at Summit TV to a regular contributor at UK’s major broadcasters. She chats to Celine Abrahams about living her childhood dream, breaking barriers and confidently standing her ground in football spaces.
Celebrating more than a decade in sports broadcasting, Thato Moeng, tells Celine Abrahams about switching from politics to sports journalism, her dream of owning a football club and how she plans to break down barriers for the next generation.
The Sunshine Ladies Tour schedule has been released for 2020 with a record prize of R6million on offer
SPAR Proteas head coach, Dorette Badenhorst and her assistant Dumisani Chauke, have selected a preliminary squad ahead of the three-match series against England at the end of November in Cape Town
Banyana Banyana star Thembi Kgatlana scoops the main prize on a stunning evening of winners as assembled dignitaries and guests heard the refrain over and over again from winners on the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards that there will be #NoApologyForMySuccess
The 2019 Momentum gsport Awards are proud to announce Kate Nokwe, Thato Moeng and Pearl Shongwe as the official Red Carpet, Voice Artist and MC hostesses, who are exceptionally excited about their appearance at this year’s event
Vote now gsport.co.za/voting/ for style stars, Andee Mahamba, Lindiwe Dube and Xoli Zondo, who are competing for the 2019 gsport Style Star of the Year Award.
Introducing ‘Becoming Imbokodo’, an exciting new reality TV show initiative that will see a number of female athletes participate in country-wide trials to become part of the Springbok Women’s Sevens team