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South African international footballers, Rhoda Mulaudzi, Bambanani Mbane and Lebogang Ramalepe made history, winning the Belarusian Women’s Cup title with Dinamo-BSUPC.
Banyana Banyana stalwart, Noko Matlou, is giving back to her community in Limpopo by hosting the First Annual Noko Matlou Soccer Tournament in December.
South African female footballers have dominated the news space in the month of July after securing lucrative international contracts, with Rhoda Mulaudzi and Lebogang Ramalepe being the latest. Mulaudzi made the announcement via her Twitter page as the two players penned deals with FC Dinamo Minsk. Onto the next one! I’m pleased to announce that […]
Gauteng’s new Sasol League team, Diepkloof Ladies, are preparing for the resumption of football as the players are motivated to compete in their first season in the league.
Banyana Banyana stalwart, Noko Matlou, the first South African player, male or female, to win the CAF African Footballer of the Year Award, speaks to Celine Abrahams about her achievements. She also chats about her plans to develop the next generation of female footballers on the continent.