Hamstring injury forces Banyana Banyana midfielder Yola Jafta to return home from preparations for the CAF African Women Championship 2012 in Cameroon, while the support team keeps an eye on Nocawe Skiti’s tonsillitis as D-Day approaches on Sunday
Banyana Banyana Central defender Amanda Sister was impressive in her first game back from injury. Sister scored Banyana Banyana’s only goal in their draw against Cameroon in Yaoundé
Banyana Banyana have drawn their warm-up match against Cameroon 1-1 in Yaoundé. Central defender Amanda Sister, back from injury, scored the equaliser with 2 minutes left on the clock.
Coach Joseph Mkhonza fine-tunes Banyana Banyana at the final national camp in Yaoundé, Cameroon, ahead of their opening 2012 CAF African Women’s Championships fixture against Equatorial Guinea on 28 October.
Banyana Banyana will have more than winning the CAF African Women Championship on their mind when they leave for Cameroon this Friday. The team also want to climb up the FIFA Rankings.
Banyana Banyana star Janine van Wyk proud of her team JVW Stars after they win in Jomo Cosmos/Elspark Tournament. They beat SASOL league team Springs Home Sweepers 2-0.
Goal scoring machine Silindile Ngubane showed she has what it takes to perform on the big stage when she scored her first goal for Banyana Banyana in Tuesday’s 1-all draw with Zimbabwe.
The spotlight was on women’s football this past Saturday as TuksFootball hosted its first ever Annual Women’s Football Conference, aimed at educating and informing teams about issues that affect the women’s game.
Coach Mkonza acknowledges that the absence of three Banyana Banyana’s international players will test the team at the CAF African Women Championship 2012 in Equatorial Guinea, but insists that their objective on improving their FIFA and CAF ranks remains on the cards
Pin-point cross from debutant Silindile Ngubane ensures @Banyana captain Amanda Dlamini wins 1st of 2 pre-African Women’s Champs friendly vs Zim with the match’s only goal in Dobsonville on Saturday evening
Banyana Banyana Coach Joseph Mkhonza wants to give every player a chance when they take on Zimbabwe in the first of two international friendlies ahead of the CAF African Women’s Championship, at the Dobsonville Stadium in Soweto today.
Banyana Banyana are out to prove that they belong among the top football nations. The South Africans face Zimbabwe in the first of two matches in Soweto on Saturday, as they prepare for the African Women Championship in Equatorial Guinea.