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.
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.
The inaugural season of the JVW Girls School Soccer League is about to kick off, and aspirant girls football players in Ekurhuleni will have the chance to catch the eye of Banyana defender, Janine van Wyk, and South Africa’s women’s football icon, Fran Hilton-Smith.
South African representation at the 2011 FIFA Women’s Football Symposium in Germany. Pictured are (from left) MC Carol Manana, Nomsa Mahlangu, Pinky Lehoko, Veli Mbuli, Fran Hilton-Smith and (top) Mark Gleeson. Photo: Fran Hilton-Smith
Sixteen years after winning the country’s first Olympic medal after South Africa’s readmission to international sport, Elana Meyer has been honoured for her contribution to sport and her achievements in distance running, in an extended career which saw her break a host of local and international records.
Lena Mosebo pictured in action at the AmaTUKS sports grounds. FC Indiana coach Shek Borkowski has hinted in Lafayette, Indiana (USA) that there will be new additions to the 2008 squad – but dismissed suggestions that any large-scale rebuilding work is to be expected.
The U20 South African women’s soccer team has returned from Mozambique with deep satisfaction following their emphatic Women’s U20 FIFA 2008 World Cup qualifier return-leg 3-1 victory over their Southern African neighbours, coming on the heels of the team’s 4-0 home victory a fortnight ago.
The South African U20 squad at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria, pictured before their opening match against Mozambique. Picture: gsport Basetsana are hard at work in Maputo, Mozambique this morning, ahead of their second leg World Cup qualifying encounter against the host nation.
SA U20 striker Chantelle Esau plays the ball away from Mozambique’s Maria Chiconela during their World Cup Qualifier in Pretoria on Sunday. Basetsana won 4-0. Pictures: Tladi Khuele/Bochabela Photography courtesy SAFA The South African National Women’s Under-20 Women team punished their Mozambican counterparts 4-0 at Pretoria’s Caledonian Stadium on Sunday 13th January, to secure a […]
A disconsolate Banyana Banyana flew into OR Tambo International Airport from Ghana on Monday morning after their final charge to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Olympics was dashed following their 2-1 loss to the Black Queens in Accra on Sunday.