gsport’s Refiloe Sefume compiles a list of South African media publications that are leading the way to close the visibility gap for women’s sport coverage.
Newzroom Afrika Sports Anchor and #GAL2021 MC, Tumi Kgasoe, is using her voice and platform to make a positive impact to elevate women in sport, particularly in the media space.
Soweto TV Sports Journalist, Mpumi Manyisi, is making huge strides in her broadcasting career as she works towards fulfilling her aspiration of becoming an executive producer to elevate women’s sport stories. Mpumi chats to Faheedah Crouch about her career.
High-powered guests in attendance as women’s sport own their success at South Africa’s only women’s sport newsmakers event at Johannesburg’s most Instagrammable venue. Read about what went down! #GAL2021
gsport Writer, Tlamelo Kganakga, blogs about attending #GAL2021 after emerging as the top writer in the gsport newsroom in November. “Closing the visibility gap, it is what I do!”
There’s no better way to end off Women’s Month and Momentum’s #SheOwnsHerSuccess campaign than to celebrate the strides women have made in sport at the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards on Tuesday on SuperSport Variety 4 at 20:00 (CAT) #gsport16
SuperSport and Premier League TV presenter Julia Stuart, TV and Radio star Mbali Sigidi and seasoned broadcaster Tumi Kgasoe vie for the SuperSport Woman in Television Award at #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Double finalist, Kgothatso Montjane, leads the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards shortlist, as 60 finalists make the cut for South Africa’s longest-running women’s sport awards.
gsport has announced receipt of more than 600 nominations, adding up to 237 nominees across the 18 Awards categories open for public nominations, for the 2018 gsport Awards.