While the club of Orlando Pirates is preparing to face Mamelodi Sundowns this coming weekend of 25 September for the week six of DSTV premiership match fixtures, Amabhakabhaka are hoping to improve from last match performance.
On the other hand Orlando Pirates is believed to given a work man appraisal to one of the club player to encourage his performance consistent and loyalty spirit to the club stakeholders.
According to the source Orlando Pirates club bought a half million SUV vehicle for Mr Jooste who mostly play the left defender role,and has been outstanding since his arrival from the club of Highlands park FC.
Orlando Pirates club is also believed to acknowledge the positive values that came along with Mr Jooste,we can mention the MTN8 at his first season with the club last season.
Moreover Mr Jooste has also managed to engage to his loving future wife which happened around last two months.
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