A national women’s soccer league needs to be put in place if Banyana are to compete for honours in major tournaments, says skipper Janine van Wyk.
Desiree Ellis used the word unfortunately so often over the last two weeks at the Africa Women's Cup of Nations that it almost became her middle name.
Soccer writer Mazola Molefe, takes a look at the reasons under-fire Bafana manager Shakes Mashaba should stay or go.
The third-place play-off against Ghana isn't only the end of Banyana's 2016 AWC campaign, but also the start of the 2020 Olympics' four-year cycle.
Shakes Mashaba's desperate attempt to hold on to his Bafana coaching job begins today when he faces a disciplinary committee.
Bambanani Mbane's calmness under pressure doesn't show that this Africa Women's Cup of Nations is her first major tournament.
The mind games started before it was official that Banyana would meet Nigeria in the semis of the Africa Women Cup of Nations, says Njabulo Ngidi.
Once Banyana started scoring, they didn't stop as if they were making up for the other two matches, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
With Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba seemingly headed for the exit door, Mazola Molefe looks at how six of his predecessors parted ways with Safa.
After putting on a brave fight in an emotionally charged match, Banyana were muscled off what could have been an impressive point against Cameroon.
The sacking of Shakes Mashaba now appears to be imminent after he was officially charged by Safa following his suspension 10 days ago.
Hlompho Kekana says he's seen the rest of the goals nominated for the Fifa Puskas Award, but his is more deserving.
Referee, Ghana's Joseph Lamptey, who awarded a contentious penalty in favour of South Africa in their World Cup qualifier ...
Hlompho Kekana was nominated for the Fifa Puskas Award after scoring from inside his own half during the Nations Cup qualifier in Cameroon.
Andile Dlamini believes that there is still a lot that she needs to do to become Banyana Banyana's No. 1.