Talented Tuks Varsity Football captain, Thalea Smidt, dreams of signing a professional contract and representing Banyana Banyana. For now, she is focussing on boosting her academic qualifications as she recovers from a leg injury that has kept her out of the game for eight months.
With the cancellation of global live sport due to Coronavirus, gsport challenged itself to find brand new international stories to tell in an exciting 21-Day Challenge which coincided with the initial COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa.
Kenya’s Celestine Karoney is approaching fifteen years in sports media. She talks to Kass Naidoo about her journey from sports intern on Kenya Television to sports reporter on BBC Africa.
Be inspired by these outstanding women in sport during the lockdown. These trendsetters are living their dreams and inspiring us to do the same.
Banyana Banyana international footballer, Thembi Kgatlana, calls for South Africans to rise and take action to fight the spread of COVID-19
#SundayRead: In celebration of International Women’s Day, gsport highlights some of the biggest stories involving South African women in sport over the past year who have taken on the world stage by storm.
Banyana Banyana goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini, expresses her excitement as she will be joining an elite group that has clocked half a century caps for the national team
South African footballer, Jermaine Seoposenwe, signs a deal with Spanish side Real Betis to become the third South African footballer to conclude a European deal in 2020
Play Your Part in spreading the word about women’s sport by subscribing to the gsport4girls YouTube channel today and enjoying exclusive South African women in sport video content. We have chosen some of our favourite content pieces. You don’t want to miss out!
The gsport initiative is proud to unveil our first set of monthly newsmakers in the build up to the second Gsport Annual List event in December 2020