MTN8 quarterfinals are first up as the PSL struggles to find enough dates for its busy programme.
The Premier Soccer League has released the full 2015-2016 schedule for Absa Premiership fixtures, including the not-to-be-missed Soweto derbies.
After tepid home displays South Africa's three representatives are likely to bow out of Africa.
AmaZulu's Wilfred Mugeyi, Moroka Swallows's Fani Madida and Chippa United's Roger Sikhakhane have to prove their mettle as caretaker coaches.
Quarterfinalists stumbled in midweek PSL games, but they could have held back for Telkom tournament.
There are signs of improvement but a lack of ambition and dedication is still prevalent.
New signings from the Eastern Bloc may give Swallows coach Zeca Marques the edge he seeks at the start of the Premier Soccer League season.
Mamelodi Sundowns are thriving under the pressure at the top of the Premier Soccer League, says coach Pitso Mosimane.
The Premier Soccer League lead could be hauled in if Kaizer Chiefs lose to Orlando Pirates in the Soweto derby.
Kaizer Chiefs must beat Moroka Swallows to continue their winning streak and get one game closer to the record for successive triumphs in the PSL.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, PSL head Irvin Khoza and Safa president Danny Jordaan need to work together to save South African football.
As the MTN8 kicks off it is hard to pick a winner from the league's best teams - but last season's big winners Chiefs must start as favourites.
We look at the prospects of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs in the season that kicks off on August 2.
The challenge for the team is not just about winning but sustainable growth – as the boss himself has said.
The Kaizer Chief's first league title in 8 years is our most popular online story today. We trolled the rest of the internet to scope the buzz.
The Premier Soccer League has stopped Ajax Cape Town from playing against Liverpool, saying it would take publicity away from the league final.
The Bucs' Dan Malesela has toppled Kaizer Chiefs before. And this is likely to bring the kings out fighting at the Nedbank Cup semifinal.
Amakhosi are on track to claim glory with their tight team spirit, lethal attack and solid defence, writes Ntsika Mabandla.
Phunya Sele Sele coach is upbeat ahead of crucial quarterfinal clash against PSL log leaders Kaizer Chiefs.