Well-traveled Zimbabwean mentor Sheppard Murape is now in charge.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, Nathi players told KickOff.com that Ndlazi was no longer guiding them and that Murape started working with them on Tuesday.
“Yes, Kenny is no longer with us and Sheppard Murape is training us now. The management has not officially told us what is happening.
“It looks like he will guide us when we play Carara Kicks in Bloemfontein at the weekend,” said one player.
Another source revealed Ndlazi is already back home in Gauteng and management is aware of the development.
Ndlazi failed to get a win for Nathi in the four games he was in charge.
He collected two points from two draws in the eight team stream where they are lying second from bottom.
Ironically, Ndlazi replaced Professor Ngubane who guided Nathi to the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals where they fell to Mpumalanga Black Aces, who at the time was led by Ndlazi.
Ngubane, another job hopper in coaching circles, is now at the helm of Second Division outfit, Sobantu Shooting Stars.