Amanda Dlamini Bags New role at SAFA

by | Jul 13, 2021

Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, has been announced as the new Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association (SAFA).

Dlamini will be replacing Darryl Coutries who resigned earlier on this year. The 32-year-old’s new role will require her to attract new sponsorships and partners for the organisation.

She will be working alongside her former team-mate, Lydia Monyepao, who was announced as the organisation’s Chief Operations Officer (COO) in May this year.

Dlamini is currently a Football Analyst on SuperSport and plays for Hollywoodbets Super League team, JVW Girls FC, which is owned by Banyana Banyana captain, Janine Van Wyk.

She has been involved in various tournaments that uplift sport participation such as the Castle Lager 5-a-side tournament and has her own foundation – The Amanda Dlamini Girls Foundation – to empower girls through the soccer.

 

Photo 1 Caption: Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, has been announced as the new Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association (SAFA). Photo: Amanda Dlamini (Instagram)

 

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