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The secret behind the success of Berea FC

Sport: 23 May 2020

Although the club is only slightly more than three years old, Berea FC has already achieved a lot.

Written by: Frank Mavhungu

Former SAFA president now a businessman

Sport: 23 May 2020 By Frank Mavhungu

The name Kirsten Nematandani might be associated with football, but the man is no longer part of the football family. To be exact, Nematandani vanished from football circles in September 2013. He was elected to be the president of the South African Football Association (SAFA) way back in 2009.

TTM players and officials not certain about their future

Sport: 21 May 2020 By Frank Mavhungu

After the announcement by the president of Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC (TTM), Mr Masala Mulaudzi, that he was in the process of procuring an Absa Premiership franchise, a dark cloud has been hanging over the future of some of the players and officials. When making the announcement, Mr Mulaudzi revealed that the club’s GladAfrica Championship status was up for grabs.

Thulfa will complete league despite lockdown

Sport: 21 May 2020 By Frank Mavhungu

The Thulamela Local Football Association (Thulfa) will complete their current league programme, even though the South African Football Association (SAFA) and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) are still to make an announcement regarding the resumption of the league’s activities. This was confirmed by the chairman of the association, Mr Ephraim “Makhanda” Singo.

Ntshangase not certain about his future

Sport: 18 May 2020 By Frank Mavhungu

A dark cloud hangs over the former Black Leopards’ player, Siphelele Leonard Ntshangase. In an interview with Limpopo Mirror, Ntshangase revealed that he did not have an idea what the future held for him at Kaizer Chiefs. The 26-year-old midfielder said his contract with the Soweto giants would expire at the end of next month.

Future looks bright for young Netshikulwe

Sport: 16 May 2020 By Frank Mavhungu

Lesley Manyathela was a resident of Musina and one of the best strikers this country has ever produced. About 17 years after Manyathela died in a car accident, Musina is likely to produce another prolific striker, Livhuwani “Zulu” Netshikulwe, in the foreseeable future. Born in Musina 17 years ago, Netshikulwe is a player whose talent is admired by many.