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Banyana’s seasoned campaigners Andile Dlamini and Mamello Makhabane are among the players who will be rewarded by Safa on Friday. Picture: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix
Banyana’s seasoned campaigners Andile Dlamini and Mamello Makhabane are among the players who will be rewarded by Safa on Friday. Picture: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix

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Safa has dedicated next Friday to celebrating local women’s football and has planned an event at Safa House in Johannesburg for that purpose.

This comes amid fresh calls for female players to receive the same pay as their male counterparts after Banyana Banyana’s historic triumph in the Cosafa Women’s Championship last weekend.

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