AmaZulu duo going nowhere

AmaZulu official Lunga Sokhela has refuted the reports claiming the club was inundated with offers for Marc van Heerden and S'fiso Hlanti.

Arrows priced out of defender deal

Golden Arrows coach Serame Letsoaka revealed that AmaZulu's R4 million asking price for Marc van Heerden deterred the club from pursuing the transfer.

Barker: Players happy to stay

AmaZulu coach Steve Barker has confirmed that the core of his senior team remains intact and is expecting minimal departures before the transfer window closes.

Dlamini committed to Usuthu

AmaZulu striker Ayanda Dlamini says he is ready for life in the National First Division following their relegation at the end of last season.

Were deal falls through

Gor Mahia fans will have to wait six months before seeing Paul Were in the famous kit after his proposed move from AmaZulu failed to materialise.

PSL confirm AmaZulu snub

The Premier Soccer League have confirmed they have rejected AmaZulu's proposal to buy over Mpumalanga Black Aces' Premiership status for the 2015/16 season.

Were still waits on clearance

Kenya international Paul Were admits he is concerned about his footballing future as he continues to wait on AmaZulu to release his International Transfer Certificate.

Black Aces not for sale

Mpumalanga Black Aces' Premier Soccer League status will not be sold to relegated AmaZulu, according to the club's chairmen, Mario and George Morfou.

Van Heerden could stay

Marc van Heerden could stay with AmaZulu for another Premiership season now that Usuthu seem likely to buy back their top-flight status, according to his agent.

Bucs close in on Van Heerden

Orlando Pirates are reportedly leading the race to sign AmaZulu defender Marc van Heerden.

O'Connor coy on Usuthu claims

AmaZulu general manager Peter O'Connor says he is well aware of reports claiming the club have purchased Mpumalanga Black Aces' Premiership status, but was unable to clarify the situation.

Usuthu purchase top-flight status

AmaZulu will be back in the Premiership next season after completing the purchase of Mpumalanga Black Aces' top-flight status for a whopping R84 million.

Usuthu to buy top-flight status

AmaZulu are reportedly set to buy the Premiership status of Mpumalanga Black Aces, which would seemingly cost a cool R45 million.

Trio withdraw from Bafana

South Africa will be without Thabo Matlaba, Marc van Heerden and Ntsikelelo Nyauza when they face Mauritius on Sunday.

PSL trio in for Mthiyane

Nkosinathi Mthiyane has attracted interest from numerous Premiership clubs as the midfielder prepares to depart AmaZulu.

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