Two days before the Day of Reconciliation, Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium will open its doors for the Telkom Knockout final.
The Telkom Knockout final makes a return to Moses Mabhida after four years of absence at the venue, the last time it hosted being in 2015 when Mamelodi Sundowns emerged victorious.
Four clubs are in the running for a place in the final: Maritzburg United, Kaizer Chiefs, Golden Arrows and Sundowns.
With defending champions Baroka having been knocked out of the competition, a new champion will ascend the throne on Saturday, 14 December.
The TKO finalists will be confirmed on the weekend of 23-24 November 2019.
Arrows and Sundowns will battle it out in the first semifinal at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium on Saturday, 23 November while Chiefs and Maritzburg lock horns the following day at Mbombela Stadium for a place in the final.
Tickets for the semifinals are currently on sale at TicketPro outlets and selected SASOL Garages countrywide.
The PSL will advise on ticketing information and the kick-off time for the final in due course.