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South African First Division

Kaizer Chiefs celebrate 50th birthday in style

Colombian Leonardo Castro and Serb Samir Nurkovic scored as Kaizer Chiefs celebrated turning 50 by beating Cape Town City 3-0 Sunday to take a nine-point South African Premiership lead.

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South African player banned for 6 months

Cape Town City midfielder Mpho Makola has been banned for six months after shoving a referee -- an offence for which he was only yellow carded.

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Cape Town City sack McCarthy

UEFA Champions League winner and record South Africa goal scorer Benni McCarthy was sacked Monday as coach of top-flight strugglers Cape Town City.

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Third straight clean sheet for Ghanaian Ofori as Maritzburg win

Ghana goalkeeper Richard Ofori kept a third consecutive clean sheet as Maritzburg United won 1-0 at Cape Town City Friday to reach the top half of the South African Premiership table.

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Benni McCarthy wins first trophy as a coach

Penalty shootout heroics from Dutch goalkeeper Peter Leeuwenburgh ensured UEFA Champions League winner Benni McCarthy won his first South African trophy as a coach Saturday.

South African First Division

Kaizer Chiefs end winless run

Kaizer Chiefs ended their worst start to a South African Premiership season by thrashing 10-man Cape Town City 4-1 Saturday and climbing eight places to fifth.

South African First Division

First victory for Chiefs, Pirates held

Kaizer Chiefs won for the first time this season on Wednesday and Orlando Pirates surrendered a perfect record on matchday 3 of the South African Premiership.

South African First Division

One African goalkeeper surprises the world by emulating Higuita’s famous ‘Scorpion’ kick

Any footballing fan will remember Higuita’s famous save….the keeper who made history, gave us one of the most spectacular displays the World Cup has ever seen: ‘The Scorpion’, an impossible save.

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