The Tokyo Summer Olympics will officially begin today, Friday, 23 July 2021, as South Africa will join more than 11 000 athletes from across the globe at the prestigious opening event at the Olympic Stadium #gsportGlobal #Tokyo2020
University of Western Cape share exciting news as SAFA gives teams the greenlight to resume training ahead of the second #SNWL season.
#FBF to women’s sport playing its part on the first ever #BlackDay as leaders in sport used their voices in support of the fight against women and children abuse in South Africa.
Women match officials made significant strides to break new ground in the past year, taking charge of top-class matches across the globe. Today, we look back at these incredible feats.
Captain Agnes Nkosi talks about Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies returning to training as the club prepares to defend their #SNWL title, and to seek continental success in the inaugural Women’s CAF Champions League
#FollowFriday Founder of the SHE GOAL initiative, Sandra Yeboah, is passionate about developing women’s football and calls for more support to grow the game in Ghana. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and aspirations to own a football team.
Rising cricketer, Madison Landsman, is breaking barriers at an early age as she prepares to feature in the third edition of the Women’s Super League T20 tournament. She chats ahead of playing alongside her Momentum Proteas heroines.
Banyana Banyana captain, Janine van Wyk, sends a heartfelt message as she reassures her fans of a strong comeback after suffering another knee injury.
One week ago, we honoured 27 women in sport at the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards. Today, the winners reflect on how their week has been since receiving recognition on the gsport stage.
The 2020 Momentum gsport Awards will be broadcast on International Pay-TV channel, SuperSport on Monday, 31 August at 20h30 and on gsport4girls YouTube channel.