The 49-year-old was suffering from an unknown illness and before being discharged, he had been hospitalised at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital for the past three to four weeks.
This website has been informed by two independent sources that Moshoeu is now back home.
KickOff.com managed to get hold of his mother Reena, who declined to comment on the matter. Reena says the family has decided not to engage with anyone regarding the former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, because of the malicious rumours that circulated claiming that Moshoeu was dead.
“I have never felt so much pain because of what was said to me,” she tells this website.
“We are good people. My son is a good person and he is not a rapist, he is not a thief and he is not a killer. He is a gentle soul who treats people well, but someone decided to call me to tell me that my son was dead. As a family, there is nothing that we are going to say and we have left everything in God’s hands,” she adds.
Moshoeu played a big role as Bafana Bafana won the 1996 Africa Cup of Nations and he went on to play 73 times for the senior national team.