The Sporting Fraternity Pays Homage to Rudene Hare

The late Rudene Hare pictured at the 2022 Momentum gsport Awards at Wanderers Club in Johannesburg. Photo: gsport

Memories and heartfelt messages from the sporting community continue to pour in for the late women’s sport champion and gsport Newsroom’s Rudene Hare, who was called to rest on Tuesday, 5 September 2023. 

After a brief illness in Johannesburg, Hare’s untimely passing has sent shock waves across the sporting fraternity, who have gathered to show support to her family, friends and the gsport Team. 

Former gsport Intern and 2023 Momentum gsport Awards Woman in Social Media finalist, Valencia Seshoene, shared a close relationship with Hare. She posted on Facebook: “I can’t believe I now have to refer to you in past tense. I was looking forward to seeing you today (Tuesday), still can’t believe you gone, Ru.

“You made a great impact in my life, sport brought us together and made us tight. Am thankful for all the moments I got to enjoy with you. Rest easy my love.” 

Fellow #gsport18 Woman in Social Media finalist and Woman in PR & Sponsorship candidate, Jessica “Aunty Diski” Nkomo, reflected on her conversations with Hare, saying: “Reading Rudene and I’s chats because I’m in so much disbelief that we’ve lost our sister.” 

Hare’s presence and contributions to her colleagues at gsport made a huge impact, as writer Lungile Matsuma, expressed, “Saddened by the loss of our colleague, Rudene Hare. Her presence and contributions will be deeply missed. Sending condolences to her family and friends. Rest in peace, Rudene.” 

Hare’s passion and love for advancing women’s sport will live within the gsport Team as we continue to honour her legacy! 


Photo 1 Caption: The late Rudene Hare pictured at the 2022 Momentum gsport Awards at Wanderers Club in Johannesburg. Photo: gsport

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