Football resumed in South Africa on Saturday after a 145-day coronavirus-induced shutdown with Bloemfontein Celtic reaching the Nedbank Cup final behind closed doors.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane had mixed feelings after a dogged 1-0 South African FA Cup quarter-final victory at Highlands Park this weekend.
Another giant fell by the wayside in the South African FA Cup as Kaizer Chiefs lost to Highlands Park after a last-16 penalty shootout this weekend.
Bidvest Wits equalised in the final minute of extra time to force a 3-3 draw, then beat Orlando Pirates on penalties Sunday in a South African FA Cup last-32 thriller.
TS Galaxy stunned Kaizer Chiefs 1-0 in Durban Saturday to become the first second-tier club to win the South African FA Cup.
Kaizer Chiefs lost 2-0 to Free State Stars on Saturday, with coach Steve Komphela resigning straight away as a result of fan riots.