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Sulky Serero’s ultimatum backfires

The Vitesse midfielder spurned a Bafana call-up days before their crunch clash against Senegal

Toure leads CAF Player of the Year nominees

Among the nominees are Thulani Serero, Wilfried Bony and Yannick Bolasie in a list that comprises some of Africa's best football stars.

Thulani Serero back in the Bafana mix

The midfielder will play for the national squad after Shakes Mashaba recalled the Ajax Amsterdam player for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Why is Shakes rattled at rollcall?

Mashaba is back – and he's just as defensive as ever about his push for patriotism over self-publicity.

Mphela and Serero: The killer combination

The return of Katlego Mphela and Thulani Serero could transform Gordon Igesund's Bafana Bafana into African Cup of Nations contenders.

Wanted: Bafana’s new seer

The national coach needs to find a player with a built-in sangoma to replace the visionary skills of Steven Pienaar, writes Carlos Amato.

Thulani relishes Dutch challenge

Serero determined to make number 10 jersey his own despite strong competition for places at Ajax Amsterdam.

Pitso explains Serero, Jali omission

Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane has explained the surprise omissions of Thulani Serero and Andile Jale from the squad to face Ivory Coast and Zimbabwe.

Bafana positive despite likely Serero setback

Despite the slim chances of Thulani Serero featuring against Sierra Leone, Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane says the mood in his camp is positive.

Bafana expects overseas-based players

Bafana Bafana expects all their overseas-based players to join the rest of the squad on Monday ahead of the weekend's Africa Nations Cup.

Bafana lose out to Niger

Hosts Niger beat Bafana Bafana 2-1 in their 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the General Seyni Koutche Stadium in Niamey.

Bafana prodigy off to Holland

Only days after his 20th birthday, Bafana Bafana prodigy and Ajax Cape Town midfielder Thulani Serero will travel to Holland this weekend.

Ajax’s boy wonder finds his feet

Ajax Cape Town midfielder Thulani Serero admitted this week that he didn't have the right attitude but two incidents have brought him down to earth.

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