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.
‘Biggest Challenge’ Quad Series featuring @SPARProteasNetballTeam vs hosts New Zealand and Australia and also including England to be televised on pay-channel Supersport
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.
Coach Joseph Mkhonza will take the national women’s football team Banyana Banyana to the hot climatic conditions in Yaoundé, Cameroon, for final preparations ahead of the 8th CAF African Women Championship 2012, which start in Malabo against hosts Equatorial Guinea on 28 October.
World numbers 1, 2 and 3 on the cards as the Proteas prepare to depart for their toughest assignment of 2012, the Quad Series in Australia and New Zealand also featuring England
Vanes-Mari du Toit shares her journey from school girl athlete to the SPAR National Netball team. This proud South African is living her dream and making her mark.
A delegation of netball officials have left for talks with their Australian counterparts as South Africa seeks guidance on relevant aspects of organising a professional netball league
Seven new faces the feature as Banyana Banyana head coach Joseph Mkhonza takes 25 players to camp ahead of the CAF African Women Championship 2012 in Equatorial Guinea
Banyana Banyana Captain Amanda Dlamini says every team will be a threat when they compete in the African Women’s Championship later this month.
Netball South Africa and SuperSport have announced a new five year deal that would see the pay channel broadcast all netball played in South Africa fro 2013.
Former Banyana Banyana captain and 2009 gsport Hall of Fame winner Desiree Ellis is one of the course facilitators for the fifth KNVB Coaching the Coaches Program which is currently taking place in the Western Cape until 2 October 2012.
Leading goal scorer in the SASOL League National Champs, Silindile Ngubane, is one of seven new players called up to the Banyana Banyana training camp ahead of the CAF African Women’s Championship 2012, which kicks off in a month’s time in Equatorial Guinea.