South African club football resumes Saturday in a coronavirus pandemic epicentre amid a warning from the sports minister and the suspension ...
Gauteng will host the remaining 57 matches of the South African season despite the province being the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, it was announced Monday.
The South African Premiership -- the richest league in Africa -- is seeking a new sponsor after Absa Bank announced it is ending a 13-year partnership.
South African officials are expected to reveal Monday when the Absa Premiership -- the richest league in Africa -- will restart after being halted in March by the coronavirus pandemic.
Chippa United, a South African club renowned for the swift hiring and firing of coaches, have appointed Lehlohonolo Seema as their fifth this season.
Bidvest Wits, formed in 1921 and the oldest club in the South African Premiership this season, have been sold just one year before they would have celebrated their centenary.
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