When Ajax Cape Town played in the highest category of South African football, they had access to some of the best players the country has to offer at the time. To name a few of the greats who wore the Urban Warriors jersey during that time period, we must include Thulani Serero, Khama Billiant, Willard Katsande, Keagan Dolly, Thulani Hlatshwayo, and Abia Make, to name a few names. The majority of these footballers went on to achieve cult status in their own country of South Africa.
During that period of time, there was also a young and exciting footballer by the name of Ndumiso Vezi who was also predicted for greatness and who was also a participant. Many people took notice when he rose through the ranks of their youth, but he was never able to live up to the expectations of those around him.
Ndumiso Vezi was on the verge of becoming a star, but a sad occurrence changed everything for him and ended his career. He was engaged in a catastrophic motor vehicle accident shortly after being promoted to the senior team at Ajax Cape Town, which resulted in a significant medical expense for him. His team, Ajax Cape Town, would then come to an agreement with him and would pay the amount on his behalf.
He returned to training after a successful recovery, but after an altercation with the team's assistant coach, he was fired, and he lost his income as well as his club lodging. Ndumiso Vezi has since recovered completely and returned to the team. After that, he would return to his homeland of Folweni in KwaZulu-Natal. Vezi would then attempt to contact Ajax in order to obtain a clearance, but the club refused, indicating that they would only release him if he reimbursed them for the money they had spent on his medical bills.
After parting ways with the Urban Warriors in 2014, Ndumiso Vezi is still looking for a place to call home. Ndumiso Vezi is currently employed as a security officer, which we discovered after doing some research out of curiosity. We are grateful to have been able to learn this information from him.
Vezi has previously gone to share an image with a coworker on his social media account when they were all clothed in their uniforms while they were at their jobs. "Sunday on duty," he would say as he headed out to capture the shared image.
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