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iDiski Times Edition 60 Is Out Now & FREE At Shoprite

It’s Tuesday and iDiski Times Edition 61 has hit Shoprite stores, and you can go and collect your free copy from today!

Orlando Pirates and Ghanaian striker Kwame Peprah speaks to Lorenz Köhler about his first season in South Africa, overcoming his goal drought, and why he feels the Bucs can mount a challenge this season.

In the news pages, Lorenz reports on Dr Patrice Motsepe’s eleventh-hour sponsorship rescue of South Africa’s second tier, as he answered Dr Irvin Khoza’s call to launch the Motsepe Foundation Championship.

Lorenz also brings us a story about Lucas Radebe being recruited by CAF, and how the former Bafana Bafana captain hopes to help South African football. 

Velile Mnyandu goes deeper into why Kaizer Chiefs teenager Mduduzi Shabalala’s move to Europe didn’t materialise, while Velile also looks into the next edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League, and why South Africa lost out to Morocco in hosting the event.  

Fran Hilton-Smith is a legend of women’s football in South Africa, and the former Banyana Banyana player, coach and manager spoke to Lethabo Kganyago about her role in football and her book, A Song For Banyana.

Meanwhile, Lethabo also caught up with Sekhukhune United defender Edwin Gyimah who explained the challenges he has had to overcome, and his battles with the media in the past.

Rob Delport goes behind the scenes at Cape Town City and caught up with their experienced performance and video analyst, Paul Lamb, to find out more about the role he plays at the club.

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Of course, our Rumour Mill is full of potential transfer stories, with Mamelodi Sundowns on the verge of another big signing, while Kaizer Chiefs have been linked to another Cameroonian striker.

In this week’s columns, we are delighted to have former Banyana Banyana midfielder Nthabeleng “Dunga” Modiko,  who is currently the assistant coach of the University of Johannesburg write for us about her life, and also Cape Town City CEO Michel Comitis, who tells us of his excitement to bring the CAF Champions League to Cape Town.

Meanwhile, our friends over at iDiskiTV have had a busy week and we hear from Junior Khanye about Royal AM, Benedict Vilakazi’s problems with Orlando Pirates’ coaching appointment, while Nkululeko Nkewu talks about Banyana’s chances at the WAFCON.

* Please note that that newspaper is currently only available in Gauteng Shoprite stores, but the FREE digital edition will be released on Friday on the website.

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