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iDiski Times Edition 34 Out Now!

The latest edition of iDiski Times is out! And it’s another bumper edition, with news, views and interviews you don’t want to miss.

Velile Mnyandu takes a deep dive into the transfer strategies of Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs, if they could still before the transfer deadline closes, as he speaks to Rulani Mokwena and Stuart Baxter.

Our senior writer also has an interview with Swallows FC coach Brandon Truter who speaks about Ruzaigh Gamildien not moving to Kaizer Chiefs, Swallows’ recruitment and Nandos (yes, you read right)!

Rob Delport finds out how SuperSport United midfielder Jesse Donn is settling in Gauteng, and how the young Matsantsana stars are stepping out of the shadows of the previous generation.

Rob also catches up with former Bidvest Wits, Orlando Pirates and Ajax Cape Town coach Roger De Sa, to talk about his experiences in the GladAfrica Championship and how it is different to the top flight.

Lethabo Kganyago interviews Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies goalkeeper Andile Dlamini as the team prepares to play in the first ever CAF Women’s Champion League.

Meanwhile David Kappel catches up with Bafana Bafana and FC Copenhagen legend Sibusiso ‘Rhee’ Zuma to talk about the Danish club’s latest South African recruit Luther Singh, and also about Zuma’s own exploits.

In his weekly column, Junior Khanye says he expects Keagan Dolly to make a big impact at Kaizer Chiefs, but there’s a but to it too…

While Benedict ‘Tso’ Vilakazi addresses Josef Zinnbauer’s exit from Orlando Pirates, and also the ‘elephant in the room’…

This and so much more in Edition 34 of iDiski Times – out now!!

You can also purchase the paper online here:

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