Coach Vera Pauw names 21-strong Sasol Banyana Banyana squad for the 10th CAF African Women’s Championship in Namibia
SAFA launches 6th annual Sasol Women’s League featuring 16 teams in each of the nine provincial streams, with the national champions to be decided in the tournament showpiece in Port Elizabeth in December
SASOL Banyana Banyana striker, Jermaine Seoposenwe roundly applauded as she kicks off her 4-year sports scholarship in Alabama, USA
Nominations are open for the 2013 SPAR gsport Awards at the gsport website
Banyana Banyana marks 20yrs of international football on anniversary of 30 May 1993 debut against Swaziland in Johannesburg, with Sasol’s sponsorship the fruits of success taking the team even further
Banyana Banyana’s successful 2012 campaign signals a new era of success for the team says the team’s sponsor Sasol. Banyana qualified for the London Olympics this year and finished second at the recently held CAF African Women Championship.
2012 SPAR gsport Awards Hall of Fame inductee Ntambi Ravele has made a lasting impact on women’s sport in SA since first being appointed as a sport administrator in 1995, and this pioneering former teacher has taken a firm interest in advancing women’s participation in sport ever since.
SAFA President Kirsten Nematandani: Banyana Banyana’s historic win over Nigeria signals a new era for women’s football in South Africa
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.
Safa and Sasol are working closely to ensure a smoother-run women’s league with increased participation from schools and tertiary institutions.