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Smeda hoping for Champions League action

Apart from the World Cup, the Uefa Champions League is the most coveted competition to play in, players would do anything, including putting their lives on hold for the chance of playing in Europe’s top club competition.  Leandra Smeda’s recent move to Lithuanian side Gintra Universitetas was motivated by the prospect of facing the world’s best women footballers. The Banyana Banyana midfielder even made a bold decision to put her […]

today17/07/2018

LIFESTYLE

Banyana Banyana payment woes

Many will not be surprised by the news that Banyana Banyana have not been paid - again. After qualifying for the Women’s Afcon in Ghana, Banyana were not paid by Safa forcing them to take matters in their own hands. Banyana decided to hold their Nike kit ransom, refusing to return it to Safa until they were paid what was due to them. Banyana then went a step further and […]

today03/07/2018

Ria Ledwaba Safa Vice President

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Will Ledwaba’s appointment make women’s football better?

By Busisiwe Mokwena It was back in 2001 that then Safa President Molefi Oliphant announced that South Africa would have a professional women’s football league by 2003. It’s 2018 and we are still waiting. Seventeen years later these promises continue, the latest coming from newly reelected Safa President Danny Jordaan who announced upon his re-election two weeks ago that his next five year term in charge would see a shift […]

today05/06/2018

NEWS

Cape Town Roses give up on Sasol title

By Busisiwe Mokwena The lack of proper facilities has left Cape Town Roses coach with no option but to give up on winning the league, even before the season starts. Unlike the other provinces where women’s football started in March, the Western Cape Sasol League will only start their season in June due to the continuous drought threat in the Western Cape. The lack of rain in the Western Cape […]

today23/05/2018

NEWS

School takes priority for Bantwana- Dludlu

It shouldn’t even be a question that school has to take priority over sport, especially for players who are in matric. In 2016 when Banyana Banyana were preparing for the Rio Olympics, some players had to take leave from work, while Linda Motlhalo and Mapaseka Mpuru put their matric year on ice. As a result the duo had to repeat their Grade 12 studies last year.  As Bantwana prepare for […]

today08/05/2018

NEWS

High and dry.

In the week when the mother of nation was buried it is sad to hear that women’s football is once again getting the short end of the stick in South Africa. The prolonged drought in the Western Cape has wreaked havoc across several different sporting codes in the province from cricket to football as pitches have turned to dust bowls and become unplayable. For this reason, the South African Football […]

today17/04/2018

SAFA moves closer to bringing VAR to Mzansi

NEWS

Women’s football suffers due to drought

While the ongoing drought in the Western Cape has seen the delay in the start of this year’s Sasol League, most men’s leagues are continuing. The National First Division, ABC Motsepe League and SAB Leagues are about to wrap up their season and have continued playing largely as normal. But the women’s Sasol League will only start in June because  some of the AstroTurf facilities  being used for ABC Motsepe […]

today10/04/2018

NEWS

Safa must change how they deal with women issues

When the South African football Association sent a statement last week that Xolile Nkompela had been appointed acting president, I thought that finally sanity had prevailed at the SAFA House. To my disappointment, I realised that Nkompela’s appointment is only because president Danny Jordaan is out of the country on CAF and FIFA Business. But maybe my biggest disappointment was the press conference that the association called last week. Former […]

today03/04/2018

NEWS

Don’t wait till death to celebrate lives- Ellis

When Portia Modise announced her retirement in 2015 Safa promised her the world, yet to this day, the only South Africa to score 100 international goals is still not celebrated. But Modise is just one of many who contributed to the growth of women’s football that have been forgotten by South Africa. Veronica Phewa, Toni Carelse, Sibongile Khumalo and the late Eudy Simelane are just some of the Banyana players […]

today27/03/2018

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