History maker and record breaker, Kgothatso Montjane has become the most celebrated athlete on the Momentum gsport Awards stage following her double victory at the 16th edition of Africa’s leading women’s sport awards, which unveiled its Class of 2021 on Tuesday #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
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Rising talent in cricket broadcasting, Lesego Pooe, dedicated administrator, Lali Stander and Wits University sports’ Nandi Buthelezi vie for the #gsport16 Woman in Social Media crown #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Women in sport laud the power of being recognised on the Momentum gsport Awards stage and share how they are using their victories to inspire the next generation of young athletes to achieve sporting excellence.
Nominations open as history makers and record breakers are set to be honoured at the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards which premieres on 31 August
South African women in sport welcome 2021, expressing their hopes and dreams for Olympic qualification and national colours.
Momentum gsport Awards finalist Lamla Momoti speaks sport, education and empowerment to change the game. She says being a Momentum gsport finalist has been life-changing.
Lifelong sport advocate and 2019 Momentum gsport Ministerial Award recipient, Nomsa Mahlangu, is determined to use her position as President of Federation of Africa University Sports to create better sporting opportunities. She is also eager to ensure that education remains a key factor in every athletes’ life.
African and global award categories introduced as nominations open for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards, celebrating the 15th edition of South Africa’s longest running women’s sport awards.
We challenged ourselves to keep telling one powerful story a day during the lockdown to play our part in shaping the narrative of women’s sport. We ended up telling 32 stories, and we are excited to salute them as we reflect on an inspiring month of storytelling on gsport!
Gerda Steyn will battle it out with 800m World Champion, Caster Semenya, and CAF African Women’s Footballer of the Year, Thembi Kgatlana, for gsport Athlete of the Year as public voting kicks off from 19 July to 9 August, to determine the winners across 18 categories for the 2019 gsport Awards