Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo has conveyed his thanks for the condolences he and his family received following the death of his mother‚ Mabel Khumalo.
Mngqithi, however, says he is not ready to leave the Brazilians because he still has unfinished business with the defending league champions.
Cape Town City midfielder Mpho Makola believes his former team Orlando Pirates can still win the Absa Premiership title and he is rooting for them ahead of leaders Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns.  
Pirates have plenty of arsenal to fight for trophies next season 
While everyone is concerned about the Covid-19 pandemic, I took some time to forget about the virus and look into the near future of Orlando Pirates – this is something other teams should really be concerned about. 
SuperSport United CEO and Premier Soccer League (PSL) executive member Stan Matthews says the league will not follow in the footsteps of their Belgian Pro League counterparts and cancel the season.
AmaZulu team manager Qedi Dlamini believes Tsepo Masilela has done well to warrant himself a new contract at Usuthu.

local soccer Tau claims league winners’ medal as Brugge declared Belgian champs

This was after the season in Belgium was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

local soccer Pirates never made an offer for me – Hlatshwayo 

Bidvest Wits and Bafana Bafana captain Thulani Hlatshwayo has revealed that Orlando Pirates never made any official offer for his services to his current club or himself.

local soccer WATCH: Steve Komphela’s message for SA men

Golden Arrows coach Steve Komphela has urged South African men to protect their families during this difficult time as the country battles the spread of the coronavirus.

local soccer PSL players won’t be tested for coronavirus, says acting CEO

Premier Soccer League (PSL) acting chief executive Mato Madlala says players won’t be subjected to testing for the coronavirus if play does resume after lockdown.

local soccer WATCH: Sellenbosch FC keeping players busy during lockdown

Stellenbosch FC coach Steve Barker has revealed that his players are continuing to work behind the scenes during the 21-day lockdown announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa. 

local soccer We can defeat it if we join hands, Khune tells fans

Itumeleng Khune had advised fans to work together in the fight against the Corona virus pandemic that has hit the country and the world.

local soccer Sundowns are the best team to play for – Makhurubetshi

The Banyana Banyana midfielder was one of the key players in the Downs Ladies team that won the National Women’s League with two games to spare. 

local soccer We miss the game too, says Maritzburg star Tlolane

Maritzburg United’s midfielder, Tebogo ‘Messi’ Thlolane admits that it is frustrating to sit at home and not be actively involved in a game he loves dearly.

local soccer Want-away Chiefs striker Castro begs Pitso to take him back – report 

Kaizer Chiefs striker Leonardo Castro is said to be upset with how the club wants to pay his signing-on fee and is now considering other options.

local soccer It wasn’t an easy decision to leave Chiefs – Mahlasela

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Kabelo Mahlasela has admitted that sacrificing an opportunity to win the Absa Premiership title for game time at Polokwane City was not an easy decision.

local soccer Former Pirates midfielder hopes to help Stars gain promotion

JDR Stars midfielder Sipho Zwane is hellbent in helping the club get promoted to the Premier Soccer League and says he has found a home at the GladAfrica Championship side. 

Bongani Zungu saga: it would be nice if wasn’t crocodile tears

local soccer Bongani Zungu saga: it would be nice if wasn’t crocodile tears

Anger is very dangerous, I always say. And it is, unfortunately, the first natural reaction we have as humans to situations that are unfavourable to us. 

local soccer Tributes pour in as Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo loses his mother

Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo is in mourning after the death of his mother, Mabel, on Tuesday.

local soccer Union prepares for talks over potential pay cuts for PSL players

South African Football Players’ Union (Safpu) president Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe has revealed that the union might have to enter into discussion with clubs over pay cuts and is getting ready for it.





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