The midfield maestro reckons booking their spot in next year's World Cup in France will change the image of women's football in the country.
"We knew that qualifying for the World Cup was going to change our lives and the image of women's football in SA, that's what we always had at the back of our heads.
"It was not just us trying to do if for ourselves but we are doing it for a girl walking on the streets also wanting to play football. We wanted to change the face of women's football and the perception," said Seoposenwe.
An ecstatic Banyana coach, Desiree Ellis, didn't hide her pride that her technical team consists of only South Africans.
"We are going to France, but more than that it's for the whole country. What can I say. Ooh God is good!
"Our technical team is local, so local is lekker," said Ellis.
Having beaten the Super Falcons in the opening match in Group B, Ellis knows it will be a challenge to complete a double over Nigeria in the decider.
"Yes we've qualified for the World Cup, that was our goal but we have a final coming up. It is not always easy beating the same team twice in the tournament, so we really have to pick ourselves up and come up with another A performance," said Ellis.