Safa has played down talk that Bafana head coach Ephraim Shakes Mashaba’s position came under scrutiny this week.
Safa president Danny Jordaan has praised the SA women’s national football side ahead of the team coach’s departure to Brazil.
While there was confirmation of a regime change in rugby yesterday, the future of Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba remains uncertain.
Transformation is viewed with great contempt in some rugby circles, but new Springbok coach Allister Coetzee believes if ...
Kamohelo Mokotjo's social media post yesterday putting his Bafana Bafana career on hold is not enough for Safa to recognise ...
The lobby to have Shakes Mashaba axed as Bafana Bafana coach was given fresh impetus when highly-talented FC Twente midfielder ...
Kamohelo Mokotjo's decision to quit the senior national team has once more opened up the debate as to whether South Africa's ...
Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has now come under fire from one of the country’s brightest young overseas talents.
Building a squad for the future is long past its sell-by date, says Mazola Molefe.
Apparently, Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba is of the opinion that he should be exempt from criticism, writes Rodney Reiners.
Shakes Mashaba, who is in his third stint as a Bafana coach, has seen the rise and fall of South African football on the international stage.
"Blame the team" was Shakes Mashaba's first response when asked who should take responsibility for Bafana's winless run.
Despite Bafana having had their 2017 Afcon campaign end, Shakes Mashaba says his team “will definitely qualify” for the 2018 Fifa World Cup.
Bafana’s hopes of qualifying for Afcon 2017 may not be completely snuffed out, but the chances are very slim indeed, says Rodney Reiners.
Bafana’s old Achilles’ heel reared its ugly head once again as they laboured to a 0-0 draw against Cameroon in their African Cup of Nations qualifier.