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Football | National First Division

Spurs sign Mali international
National First Division side Witbank Spurs have confirmed the signing of Mali international defender Hamed Marius Assoko. Read full article
AmaZulu confirm two more signings
National First Division side AmaZulu have signed Gabon international left-back Stevy Nzambe on a three-year deal, the club has confirmed. Read full article
Vasco renamed Stellenbosch FC
After making a bold switch to relocate to Stellenbosch, Vasco da Gama will now be named Stellenbosch FC and will play their National First Division games out of the Cape Winelands. Read full article
NFD fixtures confirmed
The 2016/17 National First Division (NFD) fixtures have been announced. The NFD will kick off on Saturday, 27 August 2016. Read full article
All Stars sign Stoffels from Milano
Ambitious National First Division side Cape Town All Stars have concluded the signing of experienced forward Levin Stoffels from city rivals Milano United. Read full article
Magesi, Kings promoted to NFD
Limpopo’s Magesi and Kings United of KwaZulu-Natal will contest Sunday’s ABC Motsepe national playoffs final after topping their respective groups in Bloemfontein. Read full article
Jampies to jump Cosmos ship
Cheslyn Jampies is the second Jomo Cosmos player to depart the club in the wake of their relegation from the Absa Premiership last month. Read full article
Leopards appoint Zim U20 coach
Black Leopards have appointed Zimbabwe Under-20 national team coach Jairos Tapera, according to his agent. Read full article
Baroka promoted, Warriors relegated
The 2015/16 National First Division season came to a close on Sunday, with Baroka FC holding their nerve and claiming a 1-1 draw at home to Milano United – this was enough for the Limpopo side to finish top Read full article
Baroka FC promoted to PSL
Baroka FC have secured promotion to the Premier Soccer League with a 1-1 draw against Milano United on Sunday at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Read full article
Highlands lose, Swallows relegated
Round 29 of the 2015/16 National First Division season saw leaders Baroka FC and their nearest chasers Highlands Park both suffer defeats, while Moroka Swallows have moved closed to relegation Read full article
Crucial wins for Baroka, Highlands
Round 28 of the 2015/16 NFD saw Baroka FC and Highlands Park claim victories to maintain the status quo at the top of the log, while Moroka Swallows suffered a setback to their hopes of avoiding relegation. Read full article
Baroka back top, Highlands held
Round 27 of the 2015/16 National First Division season saw Baroka FC reclaim top spot on the log – with a game in hand – after Highlands Park could only draw in a tough match away to FC Cape Town. Read full article
Nengomasha joins CT All Stars
Cape Town All Stars have signed former Kaizer Chiefs and Zimbabwe international midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha, the club announced on Friday. Read full article
Cameroon youngster heads to African Beasts
National First Division side FC Cape Town have announced the capture of Cameroon B international Ludovic Ndzie. Read full article
Highlands Park go top of NFD table
Round 26 of the National First Division saw Highlands Park take full advantage of Baroka FC’s Nedbank Cup commitments by claiming a hard-fought win over Milano United to move to the top of the standings. Read full article
Landmark weekend for Buckley
Former Bafana Bafana winger will take charge of his first game as a head coach when AmaZulu host African Warriors in Durban on Sunday. Read full article
AmaZulu terminate Barker’s contract
National First Division side AmaZulu have axed coach Steve Barker and placed former Bafana Bafana winger Delron Buckley in charge for the remainder of the season. Read full article
Highlands cut Baroka lead to a point
Round 25 of the 2015/16 National First Division season saw leaders Baroka FC have their lead at the top of the log slashed to just one point by Highlands Park. Read full article
Baroka FC's lead cut by two
Round 24 of the 2015/16 National First Division saw the lead of table-toppers Baroka FC cut to two points, as they were held 1-1 on Sunday away to Mbombela United. Read full article
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