South African footballer Josta Shimane Dladla is a former player who now works as an ambassador for a variety of organizations. It was a dream come true for the Soweto native to play for one of the city's most storied football clubs, Kaizer Chiefs. For the 42-year-old, finally donning the Gold and Black jersey was a lifelong goal.
Josta Shimane Dladla is a South African retired football player who now works as an ambassador most of the time. The Soweto born star was lucky enough to represent one of the big clubs in his township, Kaizer Chiefs Football Club. It was surely a dream for the 42-year old to finally wear the Gold and Black jersey.
Josta Dladla (born 13 July 1979, Soweto, Gauteng) is a South African football (soccer)midfielder for National First Division club Moroka Swallows and South Africa. Josta DladlaPersonal information Full name Josta Shimane Dladla Date of birth 13 July 1979 Place of birth Soweto, South Africa Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Playing position(s) Right-winger, Striker Club information Current team Moroka Swallows Youth career Wits University Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) 1999–2002 Wits University