JVW FC midfielder Amanda Dlamini and goalkeeper Monnye Theledi of Kanatla Ladies, have been called up to replace the injured Nompumelelo Nyandeni and Roxanne Barker in the Banyana Banyana squad to face France in an international friendly.
The South African Senior Women’s National Team (Banyana Banyana) is in camp to start preparations for the international friendly clash against France, which will take place on Sunday, 22 January 2017 in Saint-Denis, Reunion Islands.
This week marks the first full week of activity for the New Year for SAFA following the 2016-2017 Festive Season. The Association wishes all football-loving supporters all the best and a fun-filled football year.
SAFA President Dr Danny Jordaan told delegates at the 26th SAFA Annual Congress that took place at Emperors Palace on the East Rand on Saturday, 10 December 2016 that SAFA’s Vision 2022 aims to see the Association being number one in Administration, Finance and in the Field of Play.
We gather at this Annual Congress of the South African Football Association in 2016, in a year in the history of our country that presents a series of serious challenges, progress and opportunities. We learn from the wisdom of William Shakespeare in Julius Caesar:
Fresh from a long and gruelling 2016 CAF Africa Women Cup of Nations tournament in Cameroon, the JVW FC players had no time to rest. They flew directly to Mosselbaai, Western Cape for the 2016 Sasol League National Championship.
The last match of the day at the 2016 Sasol League National Championship in Mosselbaai, Western Cape, between the host team UWC and JVW (Gauteng), proved to be a highly contested affair at the D’Almeida Stadium.