Amanda Dlamini announces retirement from International Football

After not playing for Banyana Banyana for about a year, Dlamini who was captain of the squad at the 2012 Olympic Games in London said she has now decided to move on and give the upcoming generation a chance. Dlamini was also part of the team that represented South Africa at the 2016 Olympic Games […]

JVW Trio selected for World Cup Qualifiers

Maponya, Motlhalo and Salgado have been announced in the Final 22-player squad for a crucial World Cup Qualifier. The players reported to camp on the 4th January 2018. The South African U20 Women’s National Team (Basetsana) are currently preparing to take on Nigeria in the Final round of qualifiers, where they seek to book their […]

Our stand-out 2017 in Review

It was a remarkable year for JVW, with our club teams winning leagues, Schools league growing bigger and National Team Call ups. We take a look back to 2017 and share with you some of our Stand Out Moments: 1. ‘Vets’ win ELFA League. The JVW Vets Team is made up of experienced players, with […]

A night with the School Stars.

The 2017 JVW Schools League Awards was held on the 10th of November at the Kempton Park Civic center. The night couldn’t have been completed without the presence of the Founder and Projector Manager of the JVW Girls Schools League Program; Janine van Wyk and Lauren Duncan. Other guests of honour who were present on […]

Looking back at the Prestigious Gsport Awards

26 Aug 2017 – Another night on the calendar for some but for women in sport, this date marks the most prestigious award ceremony of the year – The Gsport Awards! The coming together of powerful women to recognize each other for their achievements in their various sporting roles. All dressed up and ready to […]

My road to recovery – Rosa ‘Nana’ Nzima

The 2016 Gauteng Sasol League was extremely competitive as no match was a guaranteed win, even though we had confidence going into each game we also knew that we needed to work hard and put in the extra work just to make sure we win the league. I was happy with our overall performance and […]

Balancing motherhood and football

In a women’s world, we strive to maintain our home and work life which can sometimes put strain on our choices to pursue a career in sport. We caught up with JVW FC Centre back Nicole Irwin, who recently made a comeback to the Sasol League after becoming a mom. Q1. How do you balance […]

2018 FIFA U17 Women’s WC draw announced

Article Courtesy of safa.net The South African U17 Women’s National Team (Bantwana) has received a bye in the Preliminary round of the Uruguay 2018 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Bantwana will join the competition in the first round where they will meet the winner between Zambia and Botswana – the two nations meet in […]

Double Gsport finalists

The final list of nominees ahead of the 12th edition of the Gsport awards were announced a week ago with two of JVW’s representatives amongst the finalists. Project Manager, Lauren Duncan was announced as a finalist for Woman of the year, whilst First Team and Banyana Banyana midfielder, Amanda Dlamini made her mark as one […]

Joss earns a call up to U20 Selection Camp

First Team midfielder, Tyla Bree Joss has received an U20 Women’s National Team Call up after a great performance in the Sasol league so far this year. Joss recorded 14/19 appearances in 2016 and has been a major part of the First teams success which includes winning the Gauteng Sasol League and finishing as runners […]