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World Cup review, Part V: Spain and the lasting legacy of 2010

South Africa had a front row seat as the greatest team of its generation went into full bloom

Effervescent, bright young light at the end of our tunnel

Noxolo Cesane's rise to Banyana Banyana has been incredible, and she is only going to keep improving

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

Mthandi’s waiting in the wings

The young striker can play forward or run the flanks, and has the World Cup firmly in her sights

Get up, stand up: Jamaica rises

Banyana’s face-off against the Reggae Girlz is an opportunity to leave the Cyprus Cup in the past

Banyana seek redemption against Czechs

​Banyana Banyana take on the Czech Republic on Monday afternoon in what they will view as a crucial match in the development of the team

Banyana stumble in Cyprus

Banyana’s undoing came in a terrible first half as they found themselves 4-0 down within the first 35 minutes

Desiree Ellis praises Banyana character but demands improvement

South Africa twice had to come from behind in the second half against Finland to earn a 2-2 draw in the opening game of the competition

Desiree Ellis wins CAF Women’s Coach of the Year

She is the only person to win the COSAFA Women’s Championship as both player and coach

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