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Premiership

* NFD side Mthatha Bucks have announced the signing of former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Radebe on a four-month deal. Full story

* The PSL has confirmed that eight individuals have been charged on match-fixing allegations, but will not reveal their names. Full story

* South African minister of sport Fikile Mbalula has defended SAFA’s decision to be silent following this week's accusation by FIFA. Full story

* Bournemouth are willing to loan out Tokelo Rantie as soon as he fully recovers from injury. Full story

* South African sports minister Fikile Mbalula says FIFA’s insinuation that SAFA officials bribed Jack Warner to win 2010 World Cup bid votes is “despicable”. Full story

* Free State Stars forward Sello Japhta is determined to represent South Africa at the Rio Olympics in August. Full story

* Bloemfontein Celtic goalkeeper Patrick Tignyemb says he is clean and has nothing to fear after being linked with allegations of match-fixing. Full story

* The four semi-finalists of the 2016 Future Champions Gauteng International Tournament were revealed on Wednesday as Orlando Pirates and Bidvest Wits joined Spanish outfit Atletico Madrid and Mexico's Club Tijuana in the last four. Full story

* The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) and South African Football Association (SAFA) met in Cape Town yesterday to discuss the match-fixing allegations that came to light last week. Full story

* Mamelodi Sundowns have won Absa Premiership Q3 despite losing their final game against Bloemfontein Celtic after Orlando Pirates failed to win their last game. Full story

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