AmaZulu retain Nomvethe, Khenyeza
Posted: 30 June 2017 Time: 11:25
AmaZulu have extended the contracts of veteran strikers Siyabonga Nomvethe and Mabhuti Khenyeza.
Both players' previous deals were expiring today.
"Both players will be at the club for this coming season and we have extended their contracts," Usuthu general manager Lunga Sokhela confirms to KickOff.com.
The duo jointly contributed 23 goals last season as Joey Antipas's side finished fifth in the National First Division.
Nomvethe, 39, joined AmaZulu in January 2016 from Moroka Swallows, while Khenyeza, 35, linked up with the Durban-based outfit from neighbouring Golden Arrows after 2015/16. Both men boast over 100 Premier Soccer League goals on their records.
Meanwhile, Usuthu are assessing midfielder Vusumuzi Zungu. Zungu started training with the team this week, having helped Matsapha United gain promotion to Swaziland's topflight in 2016/17.
AmaZulu are still in the process of buying Thanda Royal Zulu's topflight status, with further documentation required.