Opinion: FIFA ranking is disputable but Africa’s inactivity shows it’s spot on

By Ijeoma Okigbo Photo Credit: WomensSoccer Africa Africa's inability to make the top 20 of Fifa's quarterly women’s World Ranking since its inception in 2003, is a source of concern for women’s football enthusiasts across the continent. In its most recent rankings released on 23 March, Rwanda, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania were not included. NEW

VIDEO: 150 is the magical cap for Janine Van Wyk

In conjunction with LadiesMarch, Belgian journalist  Luc Calleeuw, caught up with Janine Van Wyk of South Africa, the Banyana Banyana captain at the just concluded Cyprus Cup. The Houston Dash defender talks on her dream number of caps for the national team - which is one game away - , gains from the Cyprus

Uganda bank on good fortunes on their return to international football

Rebecca Magoma. Photo Credit: Eddiba Uganda return to the continental scene after over a year of dormancy and their first assignment will be the Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) first round qualifiers. The Crested Crane of Uganda will play  neighbours, the Harambee Starlets of Kenya, in the first round of the

Zimbabwe need more international football – Coach Sibanda

Culled from Ricky Zililo Zimbabawe coach Sithethelelwe Sibanda appeals for more competition for the Mighty Warriors to enhance overall development. The Warriors lost 2-1 to the Banyana Banyana South Africa in the final of the Cosafa Women’s Championship played before a capacity crowd at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday. Conceding via counter just at