Kaizer Chiefs are at the centre of South African soccer news at the moment with the club desperate to restore their former glory.
Here we take a look at stories related to Kaizer Chiefs, covered on the pages of the South African News website.
Kaizer Chiefs man set to join new top-flight side
A recently released Kaizer Chiefs man is closing in on a return to the PSL.
The defender is all set to sign for Sekhukhune United.
Returning loanees to be advised on their future
Chiefs training. Photo: PR Handout
Four players loaned out by Kaizer Chiefs are set to learn their fate this week.
It is unclear which will stay at the club, and which will be released or loaned out again.
Leonardo Castro heads home
Colombian striker Leonardo Castro has confirmed he will be returning to his homeland following his departure from Chiefs. Photo: Gavin Barker/BackpagePix
Following his release, Amakhosi stalwart Leonardo Castro will gather his thoughts in his native Colombia.
It is unclear if he will continue his playing career.
Former Kaizer Chiefs star explains the urge to splash the cash
Former Chiefs star Bongani Ndulula has offered the ‘driving’ forces behind players and big, fancy cars.
Ndlula lifted the lid on the automotive fascination prevalent among SA’s best.
Kaizer Chiefs table a new offer for Bafana Bafana striker!
Amakhosi have stepped up their pursuit of their main target according to new reports.
Chiefs are set to return to the table with an improved offer for an international striker.
DRC international on Chiefs’ radar
Young Africans (Yanga) striker Fiston Kalala Mayele has emerged as a real target for the Glamour Boys.
Mayele is the Tanzanian Premier League top goalscorer, and according to Yanga CEO Senzo Mbatha, ‘big’ South African clubs have shown interest in the centre-forward.