21.10.2019 02:17 pm
The son of former Bafana Bafana captain Lucas Radebe has signed for Farsley Celtic FC.
Lucas Radebe Jnr has joined the club’s Under-23 side for the upcoming season.
Truter was hired a few days after the Dube Birds sacked Zeca Marques after just five games in charge.
Black Leopards have announced the signing of former Orlando Pirates and Bidvest Wits midfielder Edwin Gyimah.
Maritzburg United scraped past Bidvest Wits on penalties on Friday evening to reach the Telkom Knockout quarterfinals, in a controversial clash at the Harry Gwala Stadium.
AmaZulu have confirmed the signing of former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns defender Mario Booysen on a free transfer.
Justin Shonga might be doing well for his national country Zambia, but he will have to wait for his chance to be in the starting line-up at Orlando Pirates, according to Bucs coach Rulani Mokwena.
New Swallows FC coach Brandon Truter has had to rebuild the team as he feels they had no direction in their displays when he joined the team.
Owen Da Gama says he is enjoying the challenge in the Premiership, with his Highlands Park side going into another Cup tournament after losing in the final of the MTN8 1-0 to SuperSport United recently.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp could soon find himself having a selection headache in the goalkeeping department.
Crowd favourite Joseph Molangoane was a notable absentee when Kaizer Chiefs played Mamelodi Sundowns and Bloemfontein Celtic in friendlies last weekend.
GladAfrican Championship club Real Kings have trimmed their bloated squad by axing 23 players.
In this week’s instalment of Throwback Thursday, former Moroka Swallows defender George Lekgetho relives the day when lighting struck during a football match against Jomo Cosmos.
When Yagan Sasman was released by Ajax Cape Town – a club he joined as a young boy – it was a time he has described as difficult in his life.
TS Galaxy improved their GladAfrica Championship sitting after they recorded a 2-1 win over Swallows FC at Dobsonville Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
There is a long standing perception that players from Cape Town cannot survive staying in Johannesburg as many have failed to stay longer than two years away from the coast.