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Kaizer Bosses were established in January 1970 soon after the arrival of Kaizer "Chincha Guluva" Motaung from the US where he played as a striker for the Atlanta Heads of the North American Soccer Association (NASL).

He joined his own first name with the Atlanta Bosses to make the name of Kaizer Bosses. A few others play played key parts in the arrangement and development of Kaizer Bosses, including the late Gilbert Sekgabi, Clarence Mlokoti, China Ngema, Ewert "The Lip" Nene and Rabelani Jan Mofokeng, he followed and stop in light of work.

Kaizer Bosses are known as "Amakhosi" by its fans, a Zulu word signifying "rulers" or "bosses". Their central command is Kaizer Bosses Town, in Naturena, six kilometers south of Johannesburg.

The 2001 02 season was one of the Club's best in their set of experiences just as their generally grievous. They won four significant prizes in four months; the Vodacom Challenge, the BP Top Eight, the Coca-Cola Cup, and the African Cup Victors' Cup.

At the time the group was said to have been a group that was on "Activity tank alles" by its then advertising official Putco Mafani, "tank alles" being an Afrikaans assertion signifying "take everything" in English. Notwithstanding, the highs of cup wins was differentiated by the lows of the Ellis Park Arena fiasco on 11 April 2001, in which 43 fans were killed during the Soweto Derby among Bosses and their most despised opponents Orlando Pirates.

By righteousness of winning the African Cup Victors' Cup, Bosses proceeded to play the 2001 CAF Champions Association champs Al Ahly of Egypt in the 2001 CAF Super Cup. In April 2002, Kaizer Bosses' accomplishments during 2001 were perceived as they were picked as the "CAF Club of the Year" by the Confederation of African Football.

In the 2003–04 season Bosses were given the Reasonable Play Grant at the Harmony Cup in South Korea. Bosses finished the season as association champions, winning the PSL without precedent for their history.

During the title race of the 2004–05 soccer season, Bosses overwhelmed the season-long pioneers (Orlando Privateers) in the last round of the period to shield its PSL title. Under the authority of Romanian mentor Ted Dumitru, Zambian striker Collins Mbesuma had a record-breaking season scoring 39 objectives in all competitions.

Kaizer Bosses' introductions to Africa were briefly left by a Confederation of African Football (CAF) ban.[9] Nonetheless, it actually made its quality felt through the yearly Vodacom Challenge that pit Kaizer Bosses and Orlando Privateers with a welcomed European club. Bosses have won the Vodacom Challenge Cup multiple times since its initiation. They beat a youthful Manchester Joined side 4–3 on punishments in the 2006 Test to win the trophy.

In Walk 2007, mentor Ernst Middendorp and the club went separate ways. The club right away named their opponent group Orlando Privateers' previous mentor Kosta Papić for the rest of the 2006–07 season. 

Muhsin Ertuğral returned for the 2007–08 season to start his second spell with Bosses having as of now trained The Charm Young men from 1999 until 2003.

On 26 June 2021, the group got their very first CAF Champions Association last in the wake of overcoming Wydad AC by a 1–0 aggregate.

On 9 July 2021, Kaizer Bosses affirmed through their Twitter account that they have marked 6 new players for next season as their hotly anticipated exchange boycott ends.[13] On 17 July 2021, they lost 3–0 against Al Ahly in the Heroes Association Last.


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