Women are making strides in football on the African continent both on and off the field as the South African Football Association highlights the outstanding achievements of female athletes and leaders.
Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, earns new role as Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association.
Unstoppable performances from Tokyo-bound Olympians and Paralympians have resulted in a bumper May edition of the monthly #GAL2021 Newsmakers List. #GoGirls
South Africa’s Olympic-bound athletes, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Phumelela Mbande and Emma Chelius share their excitement on their selection to Team South Africa to represent the country at the Tokyo Games this July
Social media joins in on the celebrations as former Banyana Banyana player turned corporate star, Lydia Monyepao, will be taking on her new role as SAFA Chief Operating Officer in June #MondayMotivation #GoGirls
Three tips from leading women in sport to keep you motivated and on track as you chase your dreams and gold medal finishes. #MondayMotivation
Former Banyana Banyana player turned corporate star, Lydia Monyepao, is a sports leader on the rise. Recently making the shortlist for the SAFA CEO position has inspired this change maker to dream bigger, as she tells Celine Abrahams.
SAFA is looking forward to a bumper 2021 with the SAFA National Women’s League increased to 14 teams, and the commencement of the CAF Women’s Champions League and the FIFA World Club Cup competitions.
Banyana Banyana stars attended the #Limitless Leaders event to inspire captains of the 2019 Sasol League National Championship that is currently underway in Tsakane
Top women in sport laud Portia Modise as she hangs up her boots