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iDiski Times Edition 36 Out Now!

The latest edition of iDiski Times has hit the news-stands, and you won’t want to miss out on this week’s content.

Our senior writer Velile Mnyandu chats to Kaizer Chiefs’ new Sporting Director, Kaizer Motaung Jr, about his new role at the club…

Mnyandu also digs deeper into Thabo Cele‘s prospective move to Chiefs, while he also speaks to Chippa United coach Gavin Hunt about resurrecting the career of Phakamani Mahlambi.

Rob Delport previews Benni McCarthy and AmaZulu‘s debut this week in the CAF Champions League, while Lethabo Kganyago was at the CAF Women’s Champion League COSAFA qualifiers and spoke to FIFA’s Secretary General Fatma Samoura and Chief of women’s football Sarai Bareman.

Delport also talks to two former Ajax Cape Town youth players, who are at very different stages of their career. He caught up with Maritzburg United veteran Daylon Claasen about his decade in Europe and how things are going in KZN. While he also chatted with 20-year-old Tashreeq Matthews, who is having an excellent season with Varberg in Sweden at the moment.

Meanwhile Kganyago also had a conversation with the DStv Premiership’s only female referee Akhona Makalima.

In his weekly column Junior Khanye is not happy with how Mamelodi Sundowns are treating Hlompho Kekana, while in Benedict Vilakazi‘s column, Tso says that big Kaizer Chiefs’ signings Keagan Dolly and Njabulo Ngcobo are not guaranteed to perform.

This and so much more in Edition 36 of iDiski Times – out now!!

You can also purchase the paper online here:

English Edition

Zulu Edition

  • – We would like to apologise for an error in the latest print edition, where an incorrect photo was used, instead of one of Thabo Cele.
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