South African women in sport continue to dominate headlines globally, resulting in a fierce gsport Annual List for October as we gear up for the third annual newsmakers event in December.
Banyana Banyana midfielder @NomvulaKgoale signs deal with Spanish League leaders Cacereno Femenino #gsportGlobal #GoGirls @CacerenoFem
Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis has named a 25-member squad for the Aisha Buhari Cup that will take place in Lagos, Nigeria in September #GoGirls
Sasol Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis selects her strongest squad to face Netherlands in a friendly match in preparation for the CAF AWCON qualifiers that will kick off later this year #GoGirls
Football icon Noko Matlou scores twice to ensure Banyana Banyana beat Tokyo Olympics-bound Zambia 3-1 in international friendly, in Johannesburg on Saturday
Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana secure two international friendlies against Zambia and Botswana in preparation for the 2022 CAF Africa Women’s Cup of Nations qualifiers, later this year.
One would think after back-to-back victories and clean sheets, defending COSAFA Women’s Champions Banyana Banyana would gloat in their glory but coach Desiree Ellis and her players still see room for improvement progressing into the semi-final round.
Banyana Banyana thump Eswatini 5-0 in their second COSAFA Women’s Champs encounter, while Bantwana bounce back to winning ways against Zimbabwe.
The Sport, Arts and Culture Relief Fund beneficiaries list has been released and women in sport feature prominently. We spoke to some of them about the impact of the support in these uncertain times.
Banyana Banyana’s stand-in captain, Lebohang Ramalepe, has expressed her excitement as she has been handed the opportunity to lead the national team in an international friendly match on Sunday