African News

Chiefs considering Keene deal

Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed they are still considering whether to hand England-born striker James Keene a deal following trials in Soweto this month.

Shabba keeping African faith

Siphiwe Tshabalala is hopeful Kaizer Chiefs can use the next few days to reflect on their form as they gear up for a daunting run-in to the season.

Larsen sets high targets

Clinton Larsen thinks Celtic have the capacity to produce a strong finish to the campaign, despite the failure to secure passage to the next round of the Nedbank Cup.

Rosslee named Swallows coach

Moroka Swallows have confirmed the appointment of Craig Rosslee as the club's new head coach following Fani Madida's departure a fortnight ago.

Mururi happy with a point

Chemelil Sugar coach Mike Mururi was satisfied with the outcome after his side drew 1-1 with Mathare United at the Nyayo Stadium.

Sakala to leave Aces hot seat

Mpumalanga Black Aces interim coach Jacob Sakala has revealed he does not harbour any aspirations of taking over the reins permanently once this season ends.

De Sa prepares for final stretch

Roger de Sa thinks the friendly matches against Milano United and Cape Town All Stars will be adequate preparation for what is expected to be a grueling final stretch.

Lamola accepts Bafana snub

Lerato Lamola is not at all perturbed by his exclusion from the South Africa national team, despite him being among the more prolific strikers in the Premiership.

Katebe out of Zambia squad

Zambian defender Aaron Katebe is set to miss Sunday's international friendly against Rwanda at the Heroes National Stadium in Lusaka.

Gordinho biding his time

Chiefs defender Lorenzo Gordinho wants to remain at the Soweto giants, despite making just two appearances for the club during the past two seasons.

Shakes: Nigeria want payback

Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba believes Nigeria feel it will be payback time when they meet in an international friendly at the Mbombela Stadium this Sunday.

Dynamos ordered to pay Pasuwa

Former Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa came out on top after he won his labour dispute against the club.

Hunt: Wits' ticket to the top

It seems unthinkable now that there were those he criticised the decision to hire Gavin Hunt at Wits, but those dissenting voices have been in serious decline over the past few months.

Zing cut Caps funding

South African company Zing has reportedly pulled out of their partnership with Zimbabwe Premier League side Caps United.

Mashamaite unfazed by captaincy

Kaizer Chiefs defender Tefu Mashamaite has not been burdened by the captaincy this season, adding that there had been no significant changes to his mental and physical approach.

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