South Africa's women's national soccer team has arrived in France where they will make their maiden appearance at the FIFA Women's World Cup hosted by that country - and where they will earn the same as their Bafana Bafana counterparts for the first time.
Banyana Banyana To Earn Same as Male Counterparts
allAfrica, 24 May 2019
South Africa's women's national soccer team are off to the FIFA Women's World Cup in France - and for the first time will earn the same as their male counterparts. Read more »
Banyana Banyana team members at the send-off event in Johannesburg.
Banyana Banyana's Nothando Vilakazi Reaches for the Stars
SAFA, 22 May 2019
It's been quite a journey for 30-year-old Banyana Banyana defender Nothando Vilakazi. Among other achievements, she has been playing for the national team for more than 10 years,… Read more »
Limitless Support for Banyana Banyana
SAFA, 21 May 2019
Ahead of Banyana Banyana's debut at football's biggest global showpiece, the leading supporter of women's football in South Africa, Sasol, is challenging all South Africans to back… Read more »
Banyana Banyana's arrival in France ahead of their maiden appearance at the 2019 Fifa Women's World Cup.
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South Africa's national women's football team had a good run in 2018, with Banyana Banyana star Thembi Kgatlana winning the Women's Player of the Year award, while national coach ... Read more »
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