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Nozibusiso Nxumalo for South Africa
11 October 2019

Rebonwe and Muzuvukile Primary, you are there to represent South Africa, so we are all behind you as South Africans, raise our flag! You have made us so proud

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Princess Nxumalo for South Africa
11 October 2019

Rebonwe and Muzuvukile Primary, you are there to represent South Africa, so we are all behind you as south Africans, you have made us so proud.

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Mr Makgohlo for South Africa
11 October 2019

Remember that even if u are there we still support you and we are with you there by spirit. lift your head up high, fall get up and dust your selves and soldier on. Bring the cup home know that we are cheering for u.

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Sandra Netshikulwe for South Africa
11 October 2019

Good luck girls, you representing our country for the first time, Go girls go!!!!

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Fru Nche for South Africa
11 October 2019

Go girls! It’s your first time so we are all behind you. Have great fun and bring it home.

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Moitheki for South Africa
11 October 2019

Put your game face on and go for it….the cup is yours for the taking.

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marlinie kotiah for South Africa
10 October 2019

Girls you have got what it takes, you have already made us proud by just being there. Now play your heart out on the field and show them what we’ve got.

Take care of yourselves.

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Portia Morewa for South Africa
10 October 2019

So proud of you girls,Bring home the cup !

The South African girls’ team at the Danone Nations Cup

The South African girls’ team joined the Danone Nations Cup for the first time in 2019.  This was an opportunity for the team to take part in a women’s football world tournament for children aged 10-12. The South African women’s team is already training for the next competition and looking forward to many wins!

 

South Africa and women’s football

Women’s football, like in many countries, had to prove itself in order to be taken seriously. Seen as a sport reserved for men, South African women’s football has made its way through. After many years and the rise of women’s international tournaments, the South African women’s national team, also called “Banyana Banyana” has found its place and is now as well supported as the male South African footballers.

 

Amanda Dlamini, an ambassador like no other

Former captain of the women’s national team, Amanda Dlamini is the ambassador for South Africa at the Danone Nations Cup.  She therefore gladly supports the South African players during the competition. As an international footballer, Amanda is aware of the opportunity that she has had to practice her passion. It is therefore natural that, since 2012, she has decided to help the young South Africans to achieve their dream, to become professional footballers.