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iDiski Times Edition 42 Out Now!

The latest edition of iDiski Times is out, and we’ve got a full pack of interviews, as we speak to a Chairman, a Head Coach, a Player and a Team Manager this week.

Velile Mnyandu chats with one of the new players already shining at Mamelodi Sundowns, Neo Maema, and finds out about how the move happened and much more.

Velile also has more Sundowns news, as the club look to host fans in their CAF Champions League game against AS Maniema on the weekend; while he also looks at the success story of University of Johannesburg head coach Karabo Mogudi.

Lethabo Kganyago catches up with former Bafana Bafana and Jomo Cosmos defender, Andrew Rabutla, to find out what ‘Jaws of Life’ is up to.

Rob Delport sits down with Cape Town City chairman John Comitis, to talk about his his dreams for the club, what went wrong in past seasons, and much more.

Rob also catches up with Stellenbosch head coach Steve Barker, to talk about his introduction a number of young players into his squad, and how it’s being to pay dividends; he also looks into the character of Bafana Bafana captain Ronwen Williams, and whether he is the right man to lead the country.

Finally in our regular columns from iDiskiTV stars Junior Khanye and Benedict ‘Tso’ Vilakazi, Junior is still wondering if Khama Billiat made the right choice to join Kaizer Chiefs, while Tso gives his opinion on how he thinks Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates will do in CAF competitions this season.

This and so much more in Edition 42 of iDiski Times – out now!!

You can also purchase the paper online here:

English Edition

Zulu Edition

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