Striker Rhoda Mulaudzi and defender Lebogang Ramalepe have joined a number of Banyana Banyana players, who have secured overseas contracts in recent times.
Mulaudzi and Ramalepe were signed by Belarusian women’s football team, Dinamo Minsk. The pair jetted out of the country last week Thursday and are likely to make their debut this Sunday.
Mulaudzi joins on a six-month contract while Ramalepe penned a one-year deal.
They will join their fellow Banyana teammate, Bambanani Mbane who has been with the Belarusian champions since March this year.
“Onto the next one! I’m pleased to announce that I’ve joined FC Dinamo Minsk on a six-month contract. I’m happy that I will play with my Banyana teammates, Lebo Ramalepe and Bambanani Mbane,” revealed Mulaudzi on her official twitter page.
Mulaudzi joins from Mamelodi Sundowns ladies while Ramalepe was at the books of Limpopo side Ma-Indies FC.
We are ready to give them more of the South African taste.
We are ready! pic.twitter.com/iH9QIQX79p
— Rhoda Mulaudzi09 (@RhodaMulaudzi09) July 31, 2020
Some of the South African Women’s National team players who have secured contracts abroad recently include, Jermaine Seoposenwe (SC Braga, Portugal), Nothando Vilakazi (EDF Logroño, Spain), Kelso Peskin (Stade Brestois, France), Janine van Wyk (Glasgow City, Scotland) and Amanda Mthandi (Deportivo Badajoz Femenino, Spain).
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