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Kaizer Chiefs ranked fifth best football club in Africa

The Naturena-based oufit are the only Absa Premiership club in the Top ten ranked African football clubs

Absa Premiership champions Kaizer Chiefs are ranked as the fifth best club in Africa by the football database website. 114 more words

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No shortage of PSL off-season off-the-field issues

In South Africa we are lucky to be home to one of the world’s top seven richest leagues.  The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has risen above all obstacles and challenges to be ranked among the richest in the world, in no small part due to the vision, strong regulations put in place and, of course, the good management by those entrusted to take it forward. 548 more words

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Have You Been Lying, Chief? Amakhosi Goal Keeper In New Age Scandal

Another soccer ID bites the dust. Enduring an audit on the latest issue of Drum Magazine, an anonymous source snitches on Kaizer Chiefs goal keeper Brilliant Khuzwayo – revealing that the 27 year old might have gotten a bit creative about the numbers. 114 more words


Grading The Deal; The Homecoming Of Siyanda Xulu

Kaizer Chiefs held the attention of the Mzansi Diski fraternity yet again as they called together pen carrying football writing professionals from across the kingdom for the unveiling of their new batch of signings. 654 more words


Kaizer Chiefs Beef Up Their Squad As They Unveil Their New Signings

Absa Premiership and MTN 8 cup holders Kaizer Chiefs unveiled five new acquisitions plus two players promoted from the youth system on Tuesday.

Newly appointed head coach Steve Komphela along side the club’s football manager Bobby Motaung and ‎marketing director Jessica Motaung unveiled Siyanda Xulu, Camaldine Abraw, Keegan Ritchie, Daniel Cardoso and Bongani Ndulula to the public for the first time. 199 more words


5 Reasons the Kaizer Chiefs and Steve Komphela Marriage is Destined to Fail.

After Stuart Baxters departure the Kaizer Chiefs management has decided to appoint Steve Komphela as their head coach. I like Steve, it’s hard not to, he is charismatic, charming, well dressed and intelligent, as I am sure you have noticed none of those wonderful adjectives I’ve used to describe him have anything to with his ability as a coach. 546 more words



Renso du Plessis is the Chief Operating Officer at Infinitec and Cook4Life Group of Companies. He worked previously for Schneider Electric at Verimark and studied at University of Pretoria. 213 more words

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