The South Africa U20 side will fail to progress to the Fifa U20 World Cup if they fail to beat Italy on Wednesday.
Jerry Sikhosana believes having three teams in the group stage of African club competitions augurs well for South African football on the continent.
SA Under-20 coach Thabo Senong says his charges are disappointed with their loss to Japan in their opening match of the FIFA World Cup against Japan.
Dennis Mumble, the Safa CEO, has promised that the country’s mother body will come down like a ton of bricks on clubs impeding national progress.
Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter says he plans to select a "few warriors" for his first game, June's World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.
Amajita tried to fight for a comeback, but they lacked the required aggression upfront to help them find an equaliser.
“Our preparations have gone according to plan, and we hope that everything we learnt we will implement in the game.”
“People are always judging players coming from the Cape Flats,” Margeman said.
Bidvest Wits forward Phakamani Mahlambi has been withdrawn from the South Africa men's U20 World Cup squad.
Darren Keet and Matthew Booth reckon that the current Amajita squad have what it takes to make a name for themselves and make the country proud.
Stuart Baxter explains second tenure will focus on making Bafana a footballing powerhouse, writes Matshelane Mamabolo.
Stuart Baxter says winning will be "of paramount importance" during his second stint as Bafana Bafana coach.
Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter says he has already started preparing for June's all-important World Cup qualifying clash against Nigeria.
Safa president Danny Jordaan flanked Baxter and said it was a “unanimous decision” to hand the coach a second stint in the job.
Head coach of the South African Under-20 Men’s National team Thabo Senong, believes preparations are coming together nicely.
Amajita arrived in Suwon 10 days before the start of the tournament so that the players can quickly acclimatise to the conditions.