Zwane and his personal assistant Dillon Sheppard have overseen the group since Stuart Baxter was fired in April, but it appears they will not be handed the role on a long-term basis.
After losing his first three games, the 48-year-old Zwane has taken charge of six games in all, with wins on both sides of a tie.
Zwane had to keep an eye on things last season after Gavin Hunt was sacked, and when Vladimir Vermezovic was fired in 2012, the long-serving Naturena solid also put in a shift of interval the board close by with Doctor Khumalo and Ace Khuse.
Zwane has basically been given full responsibility for the rest of the season, which for Kaizer Chiefs starts this week when the Glamor Boys take on Swallows in a frantic attempt to win the CAF club rivalry.
At the point when THE NEW BOSS ARRIVES
The next head coach has been mentioned by Arthur Zwane and that he will be revealed soon.
When asked for more information, Zwane said he didn't have any more and that the team would make the announcement.
It's unknown whether the new coach will approve Kaizer Chiefs' previous signings, but Zwane has been silent on the subject.
Zwane joined Kaizer Chiefs as a player in 2000, and after retiring from the game in 2010, he moved into the club's specialist group.
The Kaizer Chiefs claim to have had a flood of applications for the role of lead trainer, but it does not appear that Zwane will be hired on a long-term basis.
While some fans support Zwane's candidacy for the role, doubts remain about his ability to lead the team back to glory.
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