On International Women’s Day we pay tribute to the inaugural gsport Hall of Fame inductee, Penny Heyns, who’s talent and dedication inspired the launch of gsport in 2006.
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Springbok Women XV skipper Mandisa Williams says her team are excited at the prospect of tough world cup warm-up fixtures against the Nomads in London, and against France in Marcoussis
Skills, technique and consistency the key attributes Bok Women coach Lawrence Sephaka used to select his 26-member IRB Women’s World Cup France 2014 squad
As the gsport initiative turns seven years old, founder Kass Naidoo pays tribute to the sporting community that has supported its steady efforts over the years to promote SA women in sport
As the Super 15 kicks off, Kass Naidoo speaks to South Africa’s First Lady of Rugby, Zeena Isaacs, who is paving the way for women rugby journalists in the country.
Happy 6th Birthday gsport, let’s continue raising the profile of South African women in sport together!
SAfm sports producer Chervon Chetty tells the story of how she snared the job of a lifetime with the SABC, and gets to devote her focus to the passion of her life – at work!
New Beginnings. A memorable photo marks the gathering at the launch of the gsport … for Girls! initiative, in the Sir Herbert Baker Suite at the Westcliff Hotel, on 1 August, 2006.
SAB’s Sports Journalist of the Year Award-winning ladies (left to right) are Zeena Isaacs, Carol Manana, Betty Kemp with gsport’s Editor, Kass Naidoo. Picture: gsport There was much celebration last night as the cream of South Africa’s sports media gathered for the 28th SAB Sports Journalist of the Year Awards in Sandton.