Kaizer Chiefs latest | The 8 stars facing exit door at Naturena – PICTURES

Kaizer Chiefs have brought in no less than EIGHT new players, and they could also part ways with EIGHT from last season's squad.

Kaizer Chiefs latest | The 8 stars facing exit door at Naturena – PICTURES

Kaizer Chiefs have brought in no less than EIGHT new players, and they could also part ways with EIGHT from last season’s squad.

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The goalkeeping department has been reinforced by the arrival of Brendon Peterson, who was last on the books of Bidvest Wits.

Chiefs further added four defenders – two central defenders and two left-backs in Sifiso Hlanti, Sibusiso Mabiliso, Austin Dube, and Njabulo Ngcobo.

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The midfield was bolstered with Given Thibedi and Kgaogelo Sekgota while the striking department is yet to be reinforced.

Now, Chiefs have to get rid of a number of players who either contributed less last season or are simply not in Stuart Baxter’s plans.

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With Ngcobo and Dube on board, Chiefs could decide to part ways with Anthony Akumu as Daniel Cardoso and Erick Mathoho are likely to stay.

Kgotso Moleko is another defender that could be released after nine years at the club following his lack of game time last term.

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At least three left-backs in Philani Zulu, Yagan Sasman, and Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya are most likely to leave Chiefs.

Bernard Parker is no longer one of the fan-favourites, and with Chiefs deciding to give him a one-month deal, these could prove to be his last days at Naturena.

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Lastly, Lazarous Kambole and Brylon Petersen are not safe with the former now wanted by Zesco United and the latter yet to feature for Chiefs.

Here is a gallery of the players that could be shown the exit door at Naturena ahead of the new season.

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Unrest Latest: Sweden assures SA, investors to stay and rebuild

'Sweden has a long history of standing by our friends through the struggle for freedom' - Swedish Ambassador, Hakan Juholt, after the unrest.

Unrest Latest: Sweden assures SA, investors to stay and rebuild

eThekwini Municipality Mayor, Mxolisi Kaunda, has reassured the Swedish government that the city is working to protect foreign investment and save jobs following the recent unrest in the city. 

Kaunda met with the ambassador of Sweden to South Africa, Hakan Juholt on Friday. 

eThekwini Municipality said in a statement that the meeting was aimed to reassure the Swedish government that the Municipality is working to protect foreign investment and to save jobs following the recent civil unrest. 

Kaunda said he was encouraged that “team Sweden”, led by Ambassador Juholt, had encouraged their partners and businesses to unite with South Africa to protect and rebuild communities impacted by last week’s widespread violent unrest, riots and looting. 

“Sweden has over 150 businesses operating in South Africa, the majority of which are in Durban,” Kaunda said.

“It is important for us as the leadership of the municipality to meet with Swedish representatives, not only to allay any fears they may have, but to outline how we plan to protect investments in the city, whether local or foreign investment,” Kaunda said.

Juholt reassured Kaunda that Swedish investors intended to stay in the city and help the government to rebuild the country.

“Sweden has a long history of standing by our friends through the struggle for freedom and equality. We are here to stay and continue to help rebuild South Africa through this struggle. Our businesses are not going anywhere, we are in it for the long haul, now and in the future.”

Source : The South African More   

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