1.4.2020 08:48 am
Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo is in mourning after the death of his mother, Mabel, on Tuesday.
Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung and Premier Soccer League chairman Irvin Khoza paid tribute to Khumalo and his family.
The 24-year-old player, who was on top form for Lidoda Duvha before the season was halted because of the coronavirus pandemic, has been linked with a move to Sundowns, Pirates, Wits and SuperSport.
Bloemfontein Celtic forward Tebogo Potsane has apologised for coming across as impersonating an army member.
Bongani Zungu has taken to social media to reveal that he is really hurting after he was left out of the Bafana Bafana squad selected a few weeks ago by coach Molefi Ntseki to do Caf Africa Cup of Nations qualification duty against Sao Tome and Principe.
Who knows if the 2019/20 campaign will ever end, with the coronavirus pandemic changing the planet forever and sport, along with the rest of South Africa, in total lockdown.
Chippa United boss Siviwe Mpengesi has plans to expend Rulani Mokwena’s stay at the club.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Charles Motlohi believes Pitso Mosimane should have signed a younger player instead of George Maluleka.
Mamelodi Sundowns chairman Patrice Motsepe and companies he is associated with have donated R1 billion to fight coronavirus.
Striker Simon Murray traveled home to Scotland on the eve of the 21-day lockdown in South Africa.
PSL senior manager Lux September says Kaizer Chiefs will have to fight to win the league.
Highlands Park head coach Owen Da Gama has revealed that he would like to look into the market to get another attacker who he will add to his attacking arsenal.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has urged fans to heed the call to stay home and not move outside to avoid spreading the virus.
South Africa Football Association referees who have been at home with no football games to officiate due to the coronavirus outbreak have not received a paycheque from the association.
Football activities might be suspended around the world but clubs are tabling transfer lists for once the coronavirus threat subsides.
The South African Football Association Head of Referees Ari Soldatos has admitted the current postponement of all matches, because of the coronavirus pandemic, will have a financial impact on referees, though at the moment Safa do not have a plan to compensate match officials for any loss of earnings.