Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs could be compelled to set up ladies' football teams this year, as indicated by Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Nathie Mthethwa.
Mamelodi Sundowns are presently the the only one team in the PSL with a ladies' team and are right now battling in the Hollywoodbets Super League.
Downs have likewise since been delegated ladies' league title two times in progression and lifted the CAF Champions League prize.
Mthethwa gave the Brazilians a check worth R1 million for their remarkable accomplishment in the CAF Women's League in Sandton on Tuesday prior to settling on a decision to all the PSL clubs to set up a ladies' football team this year.
"I might want to cheer CAF corresponding to their club's authorizing conditions according to considering the development of ladies' football by demonstrating that all perceived men's clubs with respect to this year 2022 will be needed to have a female team in their set up to take part in the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederations Cups," said Mthethwa prior to praising Sundowns for their extraordinary trip during the CAF Women's Champions League in Egypt last year.
"Again, let me make a move to praise the bosses and to salute the director of the heroes Thlopie Motsepe and tell every one of you that the model has been shown by Banyana Ba Style," he added.
Hollywoodbets Super League is contained 14 clubs which likewise remember four colleges for the country, Tshwane University, University of Western Cape and the University of Johannesburg.
Downs are set to get back to the CAF Champions League again in the wake of winning the Super League last season.
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