Former Uncedo Service Taxi Association president Ntsikelelo Gaehler is preparing to bury his cousin Yandisa Mbhabhase Gaehler, 45, on Saturday, one of the latest victims of taxi violence. Yandisa was shot and killed on Monday last week at his Elliotdale home after a raid by a group of men who sprayed him with bullets.
Defending player from Orlando Pirates joins Richards Bay. The 32-year-old joins a KwaZulu-Natal team that has significantly improved since being promoted to the PSL. Richards Bay, who are making their Premier Soccer League debut, have announced the signing of former Orlando Pirates defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza. Nyauza joined Natal Rich Boyz after leaving the Soweto giants before the current season began; the terms of his contract have not yet been made public.
To replace Hlatshwayo and Jele, will the Orlando Pirates turn to Mthethwa? A couple of Orlando Pirates' most stalwart center backs - Thulani Hlatshwayo and Happy Jele - recently parted ways with the club. Surprised to see them leave the room was Ntsikelelo Nyauza. He has previously been given an armband.
We know that with what is currently happening with president Cyril Ramaphosa and the decision by the speaker of parliament to have Ramaphosa probed, it is not as simple as it looks. We know that political parties are now happy that Ramaphosa's fitness to hold office will be investigated and be able to ask him all those questions except about the Phala Phala farm.
Orlando Pirates FC look set to send another one of their promising teenage sensation on a loan move to a Motsepe Foundation Championship side All Stars FC. The 22 year old defender Thabiso Sesane look set to join All Stars FC. Thabiso will not be a new face in the Motsepe Foundation Championship as he spent most of last season on loan at the now relegated Jomo Cosmos.
Following the wash out that has been done by Soweto giants, it put a number of stars back in the market and as free agent. The release of players saw stars like Ntsikelelo Nyauza and Gabadinho Mhango just to name a few part ways with the club. Another recent player to depart is their Midfielder Thabang Monare who has been impressive towards the conclusion of the previous season, he was in a form that even earned him a call up in the Bafana Bafana squad.
Imminent Pirates' Jele Decision The extensive roster adjustments the Orlando Pirates are making in advance of the upcoming season may have an impact on another team legend and star player. The Buccaneers made a number of unexpected moves, including parting ways with seasoned defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza, after beginning the revamp last month by dismissing former Bafana Bafana captain Thulani Hlatshwayo, who has since been recruited by SuperSport United.
Keegan Allen came close to making a way to the DSTV Premiership when his side University of Pretoria fell short in the promotional play-offs but has continued to reiterate his desire to play in the top division. Allen came amongst the development ranks of Mamelodi Sundowns and decided to join AmaTuks with the intention of getting more game time.
The Buccaneers forfeited the senior players in the midst of an undertaking pointed toward matching Mamelodi Sundowns, who have been overwhelming homegrown football. Previous Orlando Pirates midfielder Alfred 'Shakes' Gwabeni has shared his considerations on the takeoff of focal protectors Thulani Hlatshwayo and skipper Happy Jele. Privateers reported on Monday they won't be restoring Jele's agreement, a choice that comes after the club consented to Thulani Hlatshwayo's solicitation to leave.
(Source: thesouthafrican.com) Orlando Pirates supporters could see their favourite club recruiting one of the best international stars within the continent. As they're still working on their squad hoping that they'll find good combination. If not, then they still have the time to search for their ideal stars in the transfer market.
Former Orlando Pirates defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza found himself a new home in the DStv Premiership after he was one of the players released by the Buccaneers in the off-season. The Soweto-based giants released Ntsikelelo Nyauza along with Kwanda Mngonyama, Justice Chabalala, Abel Mabaso, Elson Sithole, Wayne Sandilands and Linda Mntambo.
Pirates seems really fighting to sign a player abroad after Jele exot the club. It is not known if they want to sign a player because jele has parted ways with the team but anyone could think so. It seems like every team in the PSL wants to make sure that they strengthen their sqaud.
Swallows Star Could be set for a Move to Orlando Pirates? Naturally, there have been rumors that he will join the Pirates so we chose to rest and safeguard him during that game. According to sources from KickOff.com with their permission Dylan Kerr the head coach of Moroka Swallows, claimed that the team is not currently using top defensive player Wandisile Letlabika since a transfer to Orlando Pirates may have entered his mind.
Following his shock exit from Orlando Pirates, veteran defender Happy Jele has his camp working nonstop to get him another club. Jele has been connected with a transition to Royal AM however signs are that the KwaZulu-Natal outfit has likewise been surveying different choices to reinforce their central protection, as revealed by the Siya team.
Orlando Pirates are one of PSL clubs who are undergoing a squad revamp after announcing a number of departures and incoming personnel. Pirates announced the parting of ways with the likes of Ntsikelelo Nyauza, Linda Mntambo, Justice Chabalala, Abel Mabaso and Kwanda Mngonyama among others. However, the Soweto giants caused a media frenzy after announcing the exit Thabang Monare, which came as a surprise because Monare was a regular player and had a sterling season, where he also earned a call-up to the national team.
The Pirates Have Confirmed Even More Exits, As This Is Official Midfielder Linda Mntambo and longtime defender Ntsikelelo Nyauza have both been released from their contracts with Orlando Pirates, the club has announced. Mntambo, who is 33 years old, has reached an agreement to join Sekhukhune United, while Nyauza, who is 32 years old, has reached an agreement to cancel his contract with immediate effect.
Source: https://www.timeslive.co.za/sport/soccer/2022-08-14-former-pirates-defender-ntsikelelo-nyauza-finds-a-new-club/#Echobox=1660493626 Previous Orlando Pirates safeguard Ntsikelelo Nyauza has joined DStv Premiership tenderfoots Richards Bay FC. Nyauza headed out in different directions from Pirates in front of the new season subsequent to enjoying eight years with the Soweto goliaths. "We might want to pursue this open door and affirm the marking of safeguard Ntsikelelo Nyauza, who was on the books of Orlando Pirates.
Ayobayo tipped the Ghana worldwide for the club captaincy, despite the fact that, he has his qualms about the 28-year-old. Previous Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Innocent Mayoyo accepts it will be hard for the club to pick who will supplant Happy Jele. The Buccaneers as of late headed out in different directions from their skipper Jele as the veteran protector finished his 16-year stretch with the Soweto goliaths.
(Source: soccerladuma.co.za) Orlando Pirates have utilised the pre-season to work on their squad which has led to numerous players being released. As they made way for the new faces at Mayfair since the club management felt that their time has came to an end within the Soweto giants.
Sibisi: Bafana Bafana defender opens up approximately Orlando Pirates pass The tough-tackling participant believes his large pass to the Houghton-primarily based totally giants will assist develop his profession New Orlando Pirates defender Nkosinathi Sibisi has made it acknowledged that he is prepared to compete for his region withinside the crew's beginning line-up.