The PSL has notably showcased several siblings competing alongside and against each other in years gone by - here are eight rare examples of foreign brothers in South African football history.
In the wake of Zimbabwe captain Knowledge Musona being linked with a return to the South African top-flight, a potential switch could see him up against his brother next season.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the 8 foreign brothers who starred in South African football
The 'smiling assassin' spent two seasons with Kaizer Chiefs before earning a move to the Bundesliga with TSG Hoffenheim but enjoyed another stint with a season-long loan in the 2013/14 season.
And now after six years in the Jupiler Pro League in Belgium, the 29-year-old could face up against his younger brother Walter who's currently on the books of Polokwane City, should he opt for the sensational return next season.
But this wouldn't be the first example of sibling rivalries in the Absa Premiership. The likes of Kambamba and Felix Musasa represented Chiefs and Orlando Pirates respectively in the early 2000s.
The influential Warriors
With Zimbabwe being a neighbouring country some of their finest football talents have been lured to Mzansi and it comes as no surprise to see plenty of the foreign sibling examples coming from their region.
From the Musona brothers to the influential Mugeyi twins, they represent just two of the five sibling examples from the nation which can be seen in the gallery above.