Nigeria’s Ebi Onome, the first African player, male or female, to appear at five editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, speaks to Kass Naidoo about honouring her call to play football from a young age. She also chats about the state of the game in Nigeria and her aspirations to play a key role in shaping the sport.
Banyana Banyana will focus on converting goal-scoring opportunities when they face world no. 3 France in an international friendly in Reunion on Sunday
Experienced JVW midfielder Amanda Dlamini makes a welcome return to national service ahead of Banyana Banyana’s international friendly against France in Reunion on Sunday
SASOL Banyana Banyana back in training ahead of All Africa Games qualifier vs Botswana’s Zebras on 21 March in Gaborone
Vera Pauw calls up SA’s 31 best to camp in Johannesburg, as Bayana Banyana’s incoming coach looks to form a core of 25 players from which to trim the squad of 18 for the friendly against Zimbabwe in Soweto on Saturday
SASOL Banyana Banyana head coach Vera Pauw has called up a squad of 32 players, including eight international players, ahead of Saturday’s Soweto friendly between Banyana Banyana and Zimbabwe, as the Dutch international prepares for the CAF African Women’s Championship qualifier against Comoros at the end of May
Young Banyana hopefuls will join their more experienced counterparts in a training camp in Nelspruit ahead of friendly against Mozambique on, allowing coach Joseph Mkhonza to track player development and to grow his squad with eyes on the Women’s COSAFA Cup in December.
SAFA President Kirsten Nematandani: Banyana Banyana’s historic win over Nigeria signals a new era for women’s football in South Africa
SA have made history by beating Nigeria 1-0 in the 8th CAF African Women’s Championship 2012 semi-final, to set up an exhilarating final against hosts Equatorial Guinea in front of what is expected to be a jam-packed Nouveau Stade in Malabo on Sunday.
Banyana Banyana is fired up for their semi-final clash against Africa’s No 1 ranked women’s football team Nigeria in the CAF African Women Championship on Wednesday, 7 November.