The six players, including a star from Kaizer Chiefs, have all been suspended, according to the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
Before the games resume on the weekend, all the clubs will be in action this midweek between Tuesday, August 9, and Wednesday, August 10.
However, a total of six players will be absent from these midweek games due to suspensions received in earlier contests.
As a result of his red card against Chippa United on Sunday, Supersport United goalkeeper Ricardo Goss is one of the players who won't be available this midweek.
After joining SSU from cross-town rivals Mamelodi Sundowns, the goalkeeper was making his SSU debut.
Gamphani Lungu won't be available to the Tshwane-based team when the club comes to play Amazulu.
Phathutshedzo Nange, a midfielder for Amakhosi, won't play in the team's upcoming match against Maritzburg United on Tuesday night.
The former Bidvest Wits player was conspicuously absent from Amakhosi's weekend match against Royal AM.
Nange is still serving the suspension he received the year before.
Amakhosi will be attempting to recover from their defeat against Royal AM.
When Marumo Gallants play DStv Premiership newcomers Richards Bay, they will be without their talisman Ndabayithetwa Ndlondo.
Additionally, the player's ban from the Nedbank Cup finals the year before, when he received a red card against Mamelodi Sundowns, remains in effect.
During Usuthu's midweek match against Supersport United at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Amazulu will also be absent from Sibongakonke Ndlovu.
Without Katlego Mkhabela, who was also suspended, Sekhukhune United will have to toil for success.
Some of the suspended players will make their comebacks during weekend contests.
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