Kaizer Chiefs are South Africa’s most followed club and as a result there is plenty to cover from Naturena.

Here we wrap up all the latest Kaizer Chiefs news.

Kaizer Chiefs to miss out on TS Galaxy skipper

Kaizer Chiefs are set to miss out on signing TS Galaxy captain Given Msimango.

Msimango has now signed a new long-term deal with Tim Sukazi’s team.


Former fan-favourites Siphiwe Tshabalala and Reneilwe Letsholonyane are expected back at the Glamour Boys.

As The South African website previously reported, the two legends were earmarked for new roles at Amakhosi. 

“As part of a shake-up at the Kaizer Chiefs Village, the Siya crew has been informed that the club are stepping up the ante and are in advanced talks to bring former star duo Reneilwe Letsholonyane and Siphiwe Tshabalala back to the club,” Soccer Laduma reported in their latest edition.

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“According to well-placed sources, Letsholonyane, who is currently completing his coaching badges, has been approached by the Soweto giants to take over the club’s U19 team, with an eye on eventually having him closer to the club’s first-team structures.”

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Why nobody wants to sign Lebo Manyama and company

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Manyama’s career at Kaizer Chiefs goes down as a disappointment. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter

The players let go from Naturena last month have by and large struggled to find new clubs.

Reports claim the players are aiming a little high when it comes to wages.


Kaizer Chiefs have not signed Fiston Mayele

Young Africans striker Fiston Mayele has not joined Kaizer Chiefs as widely reported.

Both Young Africans and Kaizer Chiefs have shot down claims a deal had been agreed.


Tower backed to be a Glamour Boys mentor

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Eric Mathoho celebrates a goal with teammates. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

Former Chiefs defender Nhlanhla Kubheka believes that Eric Mathoho is set to play a mentoring role to the club’s young defenders.

“You must keep those players who you think are influential in terms of guiding the youngsters and I think Mathoho fits that profile.

“Every team needs one or two senior players even though they might not play but their presence can do wonders in the camp. Mathoho is one of few senior guys left now, so maybe his role will be more of being a mentor to the one ones and the new ones,” Kubheka told the Sowetan.


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