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
Banyana Banyana head coach, Desiree Ellis, is keeping local players in tip top shape at a national team camp at the SAFA Technical Centre.
MEC for Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation, Hlengiwe Mavimbela, leads the way to ensure the growth of women’s football in KwaZulu-Natal, handing out necessary equipment to 16 teams in the province.
Vera Pauw and Jean Sseninde lead tributes as world football reacts to South Africa’s Shilene Booysen’s appointment as South Sudan women’s football coach.
Multiple South African sports federations issue provisions for the regulation of in-person athletic activities to combat the spread of COVID19
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.
SAFA’s Chairperson of Women’s Football, Emma Hendricks, lauds the appointment of Elizabeth de Koker as a new member of the National Executive Committee. Hendricks also thanks SAFA for spearheading the advancement of women in football.
SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan, introduces Elizabeth de Koker as the new SAFA NEC member and President of the Thabo Mofutsanyana Region in the Free State.
SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan, urges more corporates to come on board and support women’s football. He believes women’s football should receive special focus and support from all South Africans, especially sponsors.
Sponsors back women’s sport, sportswomen make major global moves and federations up their game, as we unveil an exceptional September #GAL2020 List of Newsmakers!