Cape Town City winger Bradley Ralani, known as Surprise Ralani, will be hosting a soccer tournament in his home town of Kimberley in the Northern Cape.
Cape Town City on Wednesday strengthened their technical team ahead of next season, with Dutch goalkeeper coach Sjoerd Woudenberg having signed a two year contract with the club.
Having announced his retirement from the professional game on social media last week, Cape Town City’s veteran midfielder Teko Modise faced the media one last time on Monday night.
Cape Town City captain Thamsanqa Mkhize was the big winner at the club’s annual awards held on Monday night.
While the 2018-2019 South African football season comes to an end this weekend with the Nedbank Cup final, there will be no holidays for some players who will switch their focus to international football for the next month or so.