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Remember This Ex-Chiefs and Downs Star Player? :See how he keeps political ambitions

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Niemach - who played for Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns - has kept his post-retirement from the game occupied by plunging his hands into various spaces having likewise been involved as a TV expert previously.

Last year he joined the United Independent Movement (UIM) party and challenged Ward 31 (Boksburg) supporters in Ekurhuleni.

"On the political side I'm drawing in individuals more in a private ability to perceive how we can attempt to tackle their concerns in the networks where I'm included," he tells KickOff.com.

"In that political space, we were not taking risks on the grounds that our command was to win a seat in all of the metros which we accomplished.

Right now is an ideal opportunity for the party to develop and roll out the improvement that we are focusing on. As a party, we are getting ourselves coordinated on the grounds that come 2024 we need to be a completely fledged party that can work on something for individuals.

financial matter to pay special attention to in addition to my studies. On the business side, Coronavirus truly injured us.

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"Assuming you have been to the air terminal, you have seen the taxicabs marked Biza which is our combination with the ORTIAC organization however that has been stage one and we intend to develop it further.

"The discolored standing of meter taxis has implied we have needed to change with the goal that we can have an arrangement of activity as a brand available. There is a ton of work for us to do there.

"Then, at that point, I'm doing a degree in Theology and my goal is to at last do my doctorate since there are numerous angles connected with Theology that we shouldn't simply cover as the investigation of God.

I believed I expected to do these examinations since it is significant for my turn of events. I'm attempting to isolate my time in doing all of this," says Niemach.

The 49-year-old partook in a vocation that took him from D'Alberton Callies to Cape Town Spurs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Moroka Swallows, Manning Rangers and Kaizer Chiefs.


Source: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/premiership/ex-chiefs-and-downs-star-keeps-busy/711701


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