Banyana Banyana thump Eswatini 5-0 in their second COSAFA Women’s Champs encounter, while Bantwana bounce back to winning ways against Zimbabwe.
National team coaches, Desiree Ellis and Simphiwe Dludlu, announce squads to represent the country at the 2020 COSAFA Senior Women and Under-17 Championships scheduled for Port Elizabeth.
SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan, urges more corporates to come on board and support women’s football. He believes women’s football should receive special focus and support from all South Africans, especially sponsors.
Bantwana head coach, Simphiwe Dludlu is currently assessing a squad of 33 players at the SAFA Technical Centre for selection ahead of the COSAFA Women’s U17 Cup in Port Elizabeth.
South African footballer Rachel Sebati is counting her blessings as her star continues to rise on the international stage. Sebati and compatriot, Letago Madiba, were recently crowned Turkish Kadinlar League champions in their first season with ALG Spor. Sebati finished the campaign with three assists in 11 matches. The TUT product showed versatility throughout the […]
March women’s sport newsmakers announced in the lead up to second annual gsport Annual List event in December 2020.
Bantwana will face Morocco or Botswana in the final round of the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers with the date of the match to be announced
Bantwana head coach, Simphiwe Dludlu, congratulates her players after the team beat Zambia 3-2 on aggregate to progress to next round for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers
Simphiwe Dludlu points out that emotional intelligence will edge her players to earn a comeback victory against Zambia in the second leg of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers on Saturday
Bantwana captain, Jessica Wade, hopes to lead the team to victory in the second leg of their FIFA U-17 World Cup qualifier against Zambia after a first round defeat