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. Dladla was once born in Soweto and lived with his grandmother. His first pair of boots had been the Puma Jomo Sono King and they were given to him by way of a family pal in 1986.
Dladla was born and raised in Soweto, where he shared a home with his grandmother. He received his first pair of Puma Jomo Sono King boots from a family friend in 1986, and he wore them for the rest of his life. He went to Tsugang Primary School in Soweto, where he learned to read and write.
Footballers are mostly known for what they can do on the pitch but little is ever mentioned about their parents. Today, we take a look at Josta Dladla's parents. Dladla was one of Kaizer Chiefs best attacking wingers. Josta Dladla was born on 13 July 1979 in Soweto and lived with his grandmother. He is the son of Johnny and Selina Dladla. He attended the Tsugang Primary School in Soweto. His first pair of soccer boots were the Puma Jomo Sono King and were given to him by a family friend. Pictured : Selina Dladla