National First Division side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila have sorted out their payment issues with players, according to SAFPU.
The Limpopo side failed to pay most of the players in May and June and one of them is Vuyani Ntanga, who told KickOff.com that the club has been giving him the run-around for weeks.
This website spoke to South African Football Players Union secretary general Nhlanhla Tshabalala, who confirmed they met with the club and found a solution on Wednesday.
"We met with the club officials on Wednesday, according to them they had a change of management challenge which affected payments of players, they promised to sort out the payments by Monday the latest," Tshabalala explains.
"I'm currently in Limpopo and will also address players on the outcome of our meeting with the club. I can confirm that it was a successful meeting with the new management of the club."
The team is preparing for the new season and are back in training, but Ntanga did not report for the pre-season camp as he is looking for a new club. Edward Manqele has already left to join Royal Eagles.