The change comes with Umoya bottom of the National First Division table with only two wins from 12 games, having suffered relegation with De Sa at the helm last season when the club was called Platinum Stars.
Isaacs's first assignment is a Nedbank Cup NFD qualifier with TS Sporting at Athlone Stadium on Saturday afternoon (15h00).
???? ANNOUNCEMENT ????— Cape Umoya FC (@capeumoyafc) November 30, 2018
We'd like to congratulate Dominic Isaacs on his new role as head coach! Roger De Sa, who has laid the foundation for this team, will now move into a management role and work on the Club's more strategic projects. Watch this space for more info! #CapeUmoyaFC