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A Ray of Hope Beckons for our National Pride

Yea! Glory days are back. Bafana Bafana has qualified in the biggest theatre of football in Africa a first step in making a mark in the global arena of football.

SASFA heartily congratulates Bafana Bafana for a sterling performance building up to the Orange AFCON 2015 in Equatorial Guinea. We know that the best is yet to come.

We further salute all the National Teams for their performance in the various Tournaments. We are proud to be South Africans.

The duty of leadership is to develop Vision and it is structures like SASFA and other developmental agencies that constitute the development pipeline to execute that vision.

We wish to congratulate the leadership of Dr Jordaan for the vision, renewed energy and confidence levels that they are infusing to our teams and especially Bafana Bafana. Coach Shakes Mashaba is the right man for the job a father figure, a mentor and a firm believer in the abilities of the troops that he has assembled. We are proud that the players are putting the country first since they know what National Pride means.

SASFA as bedrock of development stands ready to assist wherever possible in driving the development agenda of football in totality.

We wish our team all the best in the next matches come 2015.

Mandla ‘Shoes’ Mazibuko
President SASFA

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