Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis will be representing CAF at the first FIFA Football Conference that will analyse the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup with a number of topics on the agenda
The South African National Women’s Under-20 team put up a feisty duel against Cameroon in the All African Games tournament, however, Basetsana suffered a 1-0 defeat resulting in them bowing out of the event
After a gruelling 36-hour trip for the South African national Under-20 team to the All Africa Games in Morocco, Basetsana suffered a 3-0 loss in their opening match, however head coach Simphiwe Dludlu believes her side will bounce back against Cameroon
gsport blogger Sinethemba Mbatha recaps Groups E and F in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France
Sinethemba writes: If you have been wondering what inspired the official poster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, then this article is for you! – “Our goal is to keep you updated about every detail of this magnificent women’s tournament”
The 2018 CAF Total Africa Women Cup of Nations will be contested in Ghana from 17 November to 1 December, 2018, and will see South Africa drawn alongside seven-times continental champs Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia, in the competition’s Group B.
Seoposenwe and Motlhalo score to see tournament hosts South Africa beat Uganda 2-0 in their Thursday semifinal, to qualify for Saturday’s final against Cameroon in Nelson Mandela Bay
Coach Desiree Ellis has guided Banyana Banyana to three group-stage wins to give the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Champ’s hosts the best shot at tournament semi-finals
Team South Africa kept the country’s title defence in the 14th All-Africa Challenge Trophy on track on a tough scoring day at the Achimota Golf Club to pull 15 shots clear of Tanzania in Accra, Ghana on Thursday.
The draw for the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Championships in Nelson Mandela Bay during September places South Africa as top seeds in Group A along with Botswana, Madagascar and Malawi