Akhoma Makhalima is undoubtedly one of the best female referees in Africa at the moment. On the 5th of November she became the first female referee to officiate the first CAF Women Champions League in Cairo, Egypt.
Akhoma Makhalima is a South African referee who has also set several records in her own country. She is also the first certified female football referee in South Africa. She has officiated for FIFA, in the local South African Premier Soccer League and the women's league as well.
Makhalima became the first referee to handle the first match in the 2021 CAF Women Champions League match between Wadi Degla and As Mande on thr 5th of November where Wadi Degla won the match in a 3-1 score.
She was absolutely fantastic in officiating that first match. One thing that most football lovers, fans and even the players have not realized is that, Makhalima aside being a good female referee she is also a very curvaceous lady and can be said to confuse some make football players when she officiate in men soccer matches.
She is an athletic woman who likes to sprint when officiating and her beauty is one to write home about.
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