South Africa, Zambia, Botswana and Uganda are the remaining four nations in the #COSAFAWU17 Championships and will go head-to-head in their semi-final fixtures on Friday
COSAFA have continued with their aim of developing women’s football by introducing the COSAFA Women’s Under-17 Championship that includes eight African countries that will battle each other in Mauritius
Tiisetso Makhubela’s solitary first-half goal was good enough to earn Banyana Banyana their third consecutive COSAFA Women’s Champs title over Zambia at the Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Sunday
Banyana Banyana head coach, Desiree Ellis praises the team’s comeback resolve after failing to take charge in front of goal following their 3-1 victory against Malawi on Friday
Banyana Banyana captain Refiloe Jane has spoken out about her four-goal contribution in the opening match of the 2019 COSAFA Women’s Championship
Forward Amandi Mthandi has received her maiden COSAFA Women’s Championship call-up, and believes that Banyana Banyana should carry its World Cup form into the COSAFA Champs starting Wednesday
Head Coach Desiree Ellis discusses the fitness of the Banyana Banyana squad in Port Elizabeth ahead of the COSAFA Women’s Championship, starting for SA against the Comoros Islands on Wednesday
Banyana Banyana go into this year’s COSAFA Women’s Championship in Nelson Mandela Bay seeking a hat-trick of titles after claiming victory in the last two editions in 2017 and 2018.