Kaizer Chiefs have officially announced that four of the club's development players have been promoted to the senior team. Bruce Bvuma, Wiseman Meyiwa, Khotso Malope and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo have been roped into Steve Komphela's side ahead of the new season.
Yesterday, Orlando Pirates announced that they had released six players. Donald Mokondelela, Sello Japhta, Maselealo Seanego, Roger Majafa and Lindokuhle Mtshali have all mutually agreed with the club to terminate their contracts with the Mayfair-based club, while Siyanda Ngubo's deal was not renewed.
Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter is set to name his squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifier against Cape Verde soon. Bafana have done well since Baxter took over as the head coach after replacing Shakes Mashaba.
Kaizer Chiefs' Venezuelan striker Gustavo Paez has become a fan favourite at the Naturena side since his arrival earlier this year. There have been positive signs from the player's performances over the past few months, and there is hope the 27-year-old will continue to positively impact Steve Komphela's team.
Oupa Manyisa finally took to social media on Monday to bid farewell to the Orlando Pirates faithful and speak out to his new family, Mamelodi Sundowns. "Ace" cemented his name in Bucs' history books and will be looking forward to reviving his career with the African champions under the tutelage of Pitso Mosimane.
The 2017/18 campaign got off to a bright start this past weekend when the quarter-final round of the MTN8 challenge took place, with both Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns suffering defeats which resulted in their exits from the competition. There were a few players who displayed fine performances on the field to keep the supporters entertained.