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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

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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

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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

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School leagues can improve participation- Ledwaba

The recent two day CAF Women’s Symposium held in Morocco may have brought a lot of promise to the growth of women’s football on the continent, however with the recommendations yet to be adopted, it remains to be seen if the event was successful.  The event, held under the theme: Raising Our Game, was aimed at bringing forth suggestions on how to increase female participation in the sport which will […]

today13/03/2018

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National pride doesn’t pay the bills

Inequality continues to rear its ugly head in South African football. While the nation celebrated Bantwana’s qualification for this year’s Under-17 World Cup, SAFA by their actions have revealed that they value the men’s Under-17 team more than the girls Under-17 team. SAFA President Danny Jordaan says Bantwana won’t be paid any incentive bonuses for qualifying for Uruguay 2019, yet Amajibos were paid bonuses for qualifying for the Under-17 World […]

today06/03/2018

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Is Safa doubtful of Ellis’ capabilities?

Safa’s decision to appoint Desiree Ellis as permanent Banyana Banyana coach, shouldn’t have taken 18 months. Before Banyana Banyana took to Cameroon for the Afcon in 2016, the mother body was already speaking about getting a replacement for Vera Pauw (who had vacated the job after the Rio Olympics) but it took another year before the former captain was given the baton. The amount of time between Ellis taking over […]

today27/02/2018

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Women’s football growth is slow

Sometimes it’s hard to believe that the first international match Banyana Banyana played was in 1993, looking at where women’s football is in the country. The growth of the women’s game is moving at a snail pace. One would have thought that with the milestones reached by the national team, including two Olympic Games appearances, a lot would have been done to speed up the progress. In fact, I am […]

today20/02/2018

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Let’s export more players- Dlamini

Unlike other African countries, South Africa exports fewer players to professional leagues around the world. While Ghana, Cameroon and Nigeria boast several overseas based players that include the likes of Gabrielle Onguweni and Assisat Oshoala, not one South African woman is playing professional football in Europe or Asia. This is all the more surprising because Banyana Banyana are third on the continent, and have now qualified for two consecutive Olympic […]

today13/02/2018

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Lack of continuity in women’s football hinders progress

Although Bantwana’s impending qualification for the 2018 Fifa Under-17 Women’s World looks like a triumph for women’s football in South Africa, it actually serves as a painful reminder of the lack of organised development for women’s football in the country. It may come as a surprise for some to learn that Bantwana have previously qualified for a women’s U17 world cup. A team including the US based trio Jermaine Seoposenwe, […]

today06/02/2018

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