Amanda Dlamini and Monnye Theledi have been called up to replace the injured Nompumelelo Nyandeni and Roxanne Barker in the squad to face France.
Could Danny Jordaan be in Gabon to find Bafana's next coach? Kamlesh Gosai looks at the current Afcon coaches who could replace Shakes Mashaba.
Bafana Bafana have managed to cling to 60th place on the latest FIFA men's rankings, which were released on Thursday.
Matshelane Mamabolo focuses on Benni McCarthy and Jomo Sono's exploits at the 1998 tournament in today's Africa Cup of Nations notebook.
Matshelane Mamabolo takes us through his memories of the victorious 1996 Africa Cup of Nations on home soil.
The lawyer representing recently-fired Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba says they intend to fight his dismissal, with a view to him being reinstated.
Janine van Wyk is in line to win the CAF Women's Player of the Year award, but she'll be a winner regardless of the result, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
Whoever Safa hires to take over the seat left vacant by fired Mashaba is going to have to hit the ground running, fast.
Janine van Wyk looks back at 2016 with pride while anticipating bigger and better things in 2017, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
Banyana Banyana interim coach Desiree Ellis says she will use the up-coming friendly against France to see how far the team has progressed.
Who is out there that is the ideal replacement for Shakes Mashaba... We take a look at five potential successors.
She led Banyana to the Rio Olympics, and was nominated for the African Women’s Player of the Year. Now Janine van Wyk is ready to conquer the USA.
Football writer and former professional Rodney Reiners believes the next incumbent must have a "tactical bent and be an astute, deep thinker".
Some he absolutely felt he could never do without and others he was convinced were surplus to his requirements despite arguments to the contrary.
The departure of Shakes Mashaba ushers in a new era for the senior men’s football team, but the new man will seriously have his work cut out.