In Case You Missed It - January 5


Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune says a reinforced Amakhosi outfit owes their supporters after two unhappy seasons for the Khosi nation. Full story

Baroka FC assistant coach MacDonald Makhubedu says they will not read too much into Orlando Pirates’ results this season because their upcoming opponents have been playing good football. Full story

New Mamelodi Sundowns signing Aubrey Ngoma is looking forward to playing in the CAF Champions League this year, while he’s also got an eye on lifting his first Absa Premiership title. Full story

Orlando Pirates captain Thabo Matlaba is excited to start 2018 on home soil against Baroka at Orlando Stadium on Saturday (20h15). Full story

Ajax Cape Town coach Muhsin Ertugral says he has no problem with troubled striker Prince Nxumalo, but insists it is not his responsibility to baby the players. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung is confident left-back Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya is ready for first team action. Full story

Goalkeeper Denis Onyango wants Mamelodi Sundowns to be ruthless in their quest to lift an unprecedented eighth Premiership title this season. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung says the club's three new signings were concluded in consultation with head coach Steve Komphela. Full story

Cape Town City have loaned three players to Cape Town All Stars, and one to Ubuntu Cape Town for the rest of the season. Full story

Ajax Cape Town have announced the signing of SuperSport United forward Fagrie Lakay on loan for the remainder of the season. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs have promoted left-back Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya to the first team from their development ranks. Full story

Platinum Stars spokesman Tebogo Mochadibane said the club will announce their new signings today amid talk Cole Alexander could be on his way to Dikwena. Full story  

Cape Town City have handed forward Judas Moseamedi a new long-term contract. Full story

Banyana Banyana interim coach Desiree Ellis was overcome with emotion when her side was named the 2017 CAF Women’s National Team of the Year. Full story

The Absa Premiership is back and so is another weekend of KickOff Predictor, with Round 62 kicking off 2018. Full story