Banyana Banyana have drawn their warm-up match against Cameroon 1-1 in Yaoundé. Central defender Amanda Sister, back from injury, scored the equaliser with 2 minutes left on the clock.
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.
Renowned soccer official Natasha Tsichlas will add another feather to her cap when she acts as match commissioner for tonight’s friendly between Bafana Bafana and Mozambique in Nelspruit. The appointment makes Tsichlas the first woman official to serve as a match commissioner for a Bafana Bafana game.
As the 2012 tournament’s provincial championships comes to a head, the Kia Street Soccer Programme teaches life skills through the game of soccer to kids who need it most, where they need it most
Banyana Banyana will be going all out to ensure they come out triumphantly against Zimbabwe in Harare at 3pm on Saturday, in their first leg qualifier for the African Women’s Championships.
Anyone who knows anything about women’s soccer in South Africa, knows Fran Hilton-Smith. She has held so many positions in the 22 years she’s been involved with soccer, it’s difficult to give her just one title, but for now she is team manager of the national women’s soccer team, and she takes care of the […]
Under impossibly contentious circumstances, the South African national women’s soccer team managed to overcome odds stacked against them, to secure a 4-2 (5-4 aggregate) victory over Equatorial Guinea.
With further concern about unfair refereeing to SA’s detriment, Banyana Banyana return from Angola having lost the first leg of their home-and away qualification process for participation in Algeria’s All Africa Games with everything to play for on the 4 February, in Pretoria.
The South African National Women’s Soccer Squad, Banyana Banyana leave for Nigeria from the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg at 3:30pm this afternoon, and their flight will be all the more significant for having just met former South African President, Nelson Mandela.
The head of Women’s Football in New Zealand, Michele Cox, has been in South Africa shadowing Banyana Banyana’s preparations for the African Women’s Championships, as a part of her input in FIFA’s Com-Unity project.