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12
MAY

Nompumelelo Nyandeni - My life in football

At Just 1 cap short of reaching the magical milestone of 150 matches played for her country, Nompumelelo Nyandeni is one of South Africa's brightest football stars. The Banyana Banyana star took us down memory lane from the dusty streets of KwaNdebele to the UEFA Champions League in a distinguished career spanning two decades.
07
MAY

How South African culture influences SA football.

When we ponder why Bafana Bafana last qualified for a FIFA World Cup in 2002 our deliberations lead us to the inevitable conclusion that because football is merely a reflection of society in general, the problems of Bafana Bafana are the problems of South Africa. In this episode Lavas Mohlala and Jabu Mahlangu talk about how alcohol, women and fast-living ruined their very promising professional soccer careers.
07
APR

Supersport United want to return to the Caledonian Stadium.

In July of 2019 the The Tshwane metro said that refurbishment of the Caledonian soccer stadium would commence as soon as a contractor was appointed. By October the City had reportedly received six bids with the adjudication process was finalized. The next step is approval by the Bid Adjudication Committee and the final appointment of a contractor was expected in November, although we are still waiting for news on when construction will begin.The iconic stadium which was built in 1903 in the Pretoria inner city is in a very bad state, with no electricity or proper sewerage water connection system since 2012 and has apparently become a haven for drug users. SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews has other plans for The Caledonian, he wants Matsatatsantsa a Petori to return there and make it their permanent home venue. Matthews spoke to Kaya FM's Sport's Khuliso Nemarimila.

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