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Banyana get back up to build

The Cosafa Championship served as a route to success for South Africa in 2018 and they should attempt to utilise it in the same fashion this year

Banyana’s bittersweet success

The national team is good enough to get to the Awcon final, but the gender pay gap remains

SA takes on the best – twice

Both our national men’s and women’s football teams take on the footballing powerhouse Nigeria this weekend and the stakes couldn’t be higher.

Banyana raises a nation’s hopes

Bafana’s poor performances have repeatedly dismayed SA but something exciting has been happening in their sisters’ game

Banyana retain Cosafa Championship title in epic final

Banyana Banyana has won all their five matches

Bafana Bafana crash out of COSAFA Cup

South Africa were expected to win the match with ease against a team ranked 114th in the world

Young Bafana stars to get boots dirty

"Most of the Southern African countries in the competition have brought relatively young and inexperienced teams and South Africa are no exception"

Amajita set to fill seniors’ boots

The Cosafa Cup will see a vital blooding of junior players with the potential to be future Bafana stars

CAF president Issa Hayatou faces challenger in bid for eighth term

Ahmad Ahmad, head of the Madagascar Football Assocation, has picked up key votes with his calls for 'change' against the 70 year old.

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