In Case You Missed It - June 12

If you need to catch up, here are the stories that made the biggest headlines on on Wednesday.

Highlands Park have shown their intentions early on as they became the first club to resume training ahead of the upcoming 2019/20 season. Full story

Maritzburg United have confirmed that they have handed head coach Eric Tinkler a new contract after saving them from relegation. Full story

Baroka FC have made a decision on the future of experienced defender Thabiso Semenya. Full story

A former Zesco United coach believes Lazarous Kambole can succeed at Kaizer Chiefs provided the club can provide something important. Full story

Siphesihle Ndlovu has revealed why he chose to join Orlando Pirates over Mamelodi Sundowns as his next club. Full story

Orlando Pirates goalkeeper coach Andrew Sparkes has confirmed his departure from the club. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter admitted his disappointment at not being able to interact with the supporters before departing for AFCON. Full story

Former Polokwane City head coach Jozef Vukusic has been in hospital for almost two weeks but still plans to say his farewells at the club. Full story

The Premier Soccer League has confirmed when the 2019/20 campaign will start. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates supporters are leaning in favour of one option as the 'Game Changer' for the Carling Black Label Cup. Full story

A few months ago, Sibusiso Vilakazi’s season was deemed over after he sustained an Achilles injury while in camp with Bafana Bafana. Full story

Orlando Pirates have made enquiries about the availability of Bloemfontein Celtic striker Tshegofatso Mabaso. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs have plenty to prove in the new season following their 2018/19 campaign, but one of their recent signings is relishing the challenge. Full story

AmaZulu general manager Lunga Sokhela says there is a condition that defender Tshepo Gumede has to fulfil first before he gets a new contract. Full story

Banyana Banyana’s experienced defender Noko Matlou has described the feeling of playing in her first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup match. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs striker Bernard Parker is the joint-leader in their Carling Black Label Cup votes ahead of the competition’s return next month. Full story