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Rivaldo Coetzee clings to a dream

After his move to Celtic fell through, the young gun was forced to reassess what’s worth fighting for. But his ambition to play in Europe remains

Ajax to interdict start of PSL season

The football team's boss says he is extremely disappointed by how things have been handled

Khoza on Ajax: League will start as planned no matter what

In May, the South African Football Association ruled that Ajax Cape Town had illegally fielded Tendai Ndoro

Court rules in favour of Ajax Cape Town PSL return

The club’s standing was put in jeopardy after it was found guilty of illegally fielding Tendai Ndoro

Ajax Cape Town cuts ties with Ndoro

The controversial striker at the heart of the club’s relegation struggles is officially out

Ajax Cape Town relegated after being found guilty in Ndoro saga

Ajax Cape Town was found guilty of illegally fielding the Zimbabwean and with the footballer himself receiving a two-match suspension

La Masia takes Westbury by storm

The local football outfit has captured the imagination of an area all too often associated with drugs and crime.

Stadium storm hits Cape Town

With Ajax being charged for failing to supply an adequate venue, the focus is now largely on how the city views football

Looking for the knockout shot

Quarterfinalists stumbled in midweek PSL games, but they could have held back for Telkom tournament.

Soccer coaches are always one foot 
out the door

Resignations and pressure to win every single match has sparked a soccer coaching merry-go-round.

De Sa denies his job is in jeopardy

Orlando Pirates coach Roger De Sa says he is not concerned about the safety of his job, despite criticism from the fans.

Ajax’s shocking victory sidelines Amakhosi

Ajax Cape Town's 87th minute goal surprised Kaizer Chief fans as the Urban Warriors swept to victory in their Premier Soccer League match.

Ajax barred from playing friendly against Liverpool

The Premier Soccer League has stopped Ajax Cape Town from playing against Liverpool, saying it would take publicity away from the league final.

Ajax puts Chiefs’ premiership title plans on ice

Chiefs' title ambitions have been put on hold after the Absa Premiership leaders were defeated 3-1 by strugglers Ajax Cape Town at Cape Town Stadium.

Rotation the key to Sundowns’ success, says Pitso

After his side's 3-1 victory over Ajax Cape Town Mamelodi Sundowns boss Pitso Mosimane believes he is yet to find the right combination in attack.

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