Petrochemical giant, Sasol, continues to lead the way backing South African women’s football, announcing a four-year extension with the South African Football Association #GoGirls
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For over a decade, Sasol, has been at the forefront of closing the gap in women’s sport in South Africa and has paved the way for corporate giants to follow in their footsteps to amplify women’s football. #GoGirls #gsport16
Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, earns new role as Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association.
Historic partnership between leading sports betting operator, Hollywoodbets, and SAFA will see homegrown women football stars have the opportunity to reach new heights with the launch of the Hollywoodbets Super League. The winner of this year’s league will walk away with a R2 million prize cheque #GoGirls
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.
University of Western Cape share exciting news as SAFA gives teams the greenlight to resume training ahead of the second #SNWL season.
Social media celebrates South Africa’s “SheRef”, Akhona Makalima’s CAF appointment. Makalima is the only female selected to officiate at the upcoming 2021 U20 Men’s Africa Cup of Nations in Mauritania.
Leading women in football including Refiloe Jane, Leandra Smeda and Simphiwe Dludlu, use their voices to call for equality in football.
South Africa celebrates as Minister Nathi Mthethwa calls Banyana Banyana the best performing national team in SA football.
The South African Football Association reveals the names of women making a contribution within the game of football on and off the field.