26.5.2020 11:03 am
While many are struggling to make ends meet after finding themselves clubless, former AmaZulu FC and Polokwane City striker Siphesihle Nzimande is managing.
The KwaZulu-Natal born player says he has always been wise when it came to saving money for bad days since parting ways with Jomo Cosmos in the 2016/17 season.
Manqoba Mngqithi’s future at Mamelodi Sundowns after head coach Pitso Mosimane signed a four-year contract extension with the club.
Even though former Orlando Pirates attacker Thabo Qalinge and his namesake, Thabo Mnyamane are about to part ways with SuperSport United, head coach Kaitano Tembo says the duo have played a massive role in strengthening the squad.
A well-known soccer player is reportedly set to appear at the Randburg Magistrate’s Court today after he was arrested for speeding over the weekend.
‘Why would you leave a place where you are loved?’ asks the coach.
Chippa United boss Siviwe Mpengesi revealed he had discussions with Orlando Pirates about signing coach Rulani Mokwena permanently.
Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki has explained his reasons for visiting Kaizer Chiefs headquarters in Naturena.
A Bloemfontein born businessman is looking to stop the sale of Siwelele with a cash injection into the financially strapped club.
Zimbabwean striker Knowledge Musona’s future being uncertain at Belgium club Anderlecht has seen a few club bosses pulling their cheque books out of their briefcases.
Colombian striker Leonardo Castro says he needs to win a trophy with Kaizer Chiefs to crown his stint at Amakhosi.
Masibusane Zongo might be without a club once again after he got a chance to revive his career in the January transfer window.
Striker Leonardo Castro has ended all the rumours surrounding his future at Kaizer Chiefs.
With Maritzburg United clearly unwilling to fulfill Siyanda Xulu’s demands for a new deal at the club, efforts to get him a new team are afoot.
Maritzburg United goalkeeper Ricard Ofori would rather have the Absa Premiership season played to the end, than have complaints and unhappiness.
Former Orlando Pirates and SuperSport United attacker Dove Wome is looking to come back and finish his playing career in the country, a source close to the player has revealed.