South African female footballers have dominated the news space in the month of July after securing lucrative international contracts, with Rhoda Mulaudzi and Lebogang Ramalepe being the latest.

Mulaudzi made the announcement via her Twitter page as the two players penned deals with FC Dinamo Minsk.

The Banyana Banyana duo will be welcomed by compatriot Bambanani Mbane, who joined the Belarusian side in February this year.

Mulaudzi joins the team on a six-month deal soon after winning the inaugural SAFA National Women’s League with Mamelodi Sundowns.

The 30-year-old has previous international experience having played for Canberra United in Australia and Apollon Ladies in Cyprus.

Ramalepe on the other hand, has signed her first international professional contract as she joins from MaIndies.

 

Photo 1 Caption: South African duo, Rhoda Mulaudzi and Lebogang Ramalepe, sign new deals with FC Dinamo Minsk in Belaru. Photo: Rhoda Mulaudzi