Dumisani Zuma, a key player for Kaizer Chiefs, has been absent this season. After sustaining an injury in May of this year, he had to undergo knee surgery. Stuart Baxter gave some great news concerning Zuma a few days ago, saying that he has begun exercising with the team and is recuperating well from his injuries. Baxter, a 26-year-old utility player, had no idea he would be suspended by the team. He was even absent during Amakhosi's 2-1 victory over Orlando Pirates in the Soweto Derby.
Chiefs have now announced that their attacking midfielder has been suspended indefinitely. He was apparently arrested in Sandton, Gauteng, for drinking and driving. According to accounts, Zuma was pulled over by cops on a road during curfew hours, and they discovered he was driving while inebriated. After being detained, he was released on R1000 bond to await his court date. "Kaizer Chiefs is unhappy to learn of Dumisani Zuma's recent alleged conduct as reported in the media and has decided to suspend him from all Club activities pending an internal disciplinary hearing," the club stated in a statement.
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