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A new dawn in women’s football in South Africa

But there are still more questions than answers for Safa to address to make the league the success women’s football needs it to be

Safa begin process to host 2023 Women’s World Cup

Safa has previously made no secret of its desire to bring the competition to South Africa and has now expressed its interest to Fifa.

Women’s league in Safa limbo

Teams and coaches have been left in the dark about the planned women’s football league

Banyana paid: Now it’s on to the football

Paid Banyana can dream again

Banyana yet to be paid Safa monies

Some players are owed about R75 000 and repeated promises to start a women’s football league are yet to be fulfilled

PSL blasts R50m Safa-OUTsurance sponsorship deal

Safa last week announced a five-year sponsorship deal with OUTsurance worth R50 million in a first of its kind match officials sponsorship deal.

Ajax Cape Town cuts ties with Ndoro

The controversial striker at the heart of the club’s relegation struggles is officially out

New Safa VP: We are fully behind Danny Jordaan

​Ria Ledwaba is the first woman elected as vice-president at the South African Football Association

Jordaan re-elected SAFA president

Danny Jordaan received 234 of 246 votes at the meeting in Johannesburg, SAFA said

Irvin Khoza blasts Jordaan’s ‘bizarre, absurd conspiracy theories’

​The PSL chairperson has fired back at Danny Jordaan for alleging he was behind rape allegations against the SA Football Association president.

There’s a new captain on the field

Tokozile Xasa is quiet and steady, with a watchful eye, and being a woman is working in her favour

Singer and former ANC MP opens rape case against Danny Jordaan

Almost five months after Jennifer Ferguson publicly accused soccer boss Danny Jordaan of sexually assaulting her, she has laid a charge of rape

What in the world is up at Safa?

A delayed elective congress and ongoing Bafana bungles place the body's credibility on the line

Does ‘radical economic transformation’ include closing the gender pay gap?

South Africa should be the benchmark when it comes to matters of social reforms and confronting discriminatory systems, right? Wrong.

Club vs country debate flares up

“I’ve got to think about the player first and, if it’s good for him to play at the World Cup, then so be it”

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