In the new KICK OFF Magazine - August 2016


Kaizer Chiefs Warriors

Amakhosi quartet William Twala, Pule Ekstein, Lorenzo Gordinho and Kgotso Moleko are determined to make up for last season’s woes, as they discuss what needs to be done in order to win back the Absa Premiership trophy from Mamelodi Sundowns

New Chiefs strikeforce

We bring you the backstory behind new Glamour Boys Edmore Chirambadare, Lewis Macha and Mitchell Katsvairo, as the trio look to make their mark in the PSL

Teko Modise

A heart-to-heart with ‘The Navigator’, who opens up and reveals all the ups and downs of his career so far, including why his mother was more ecstatic than him after his first PSL success

Age-cheat comes clean

Former University of Pretoria defender Goodman Sauhatsi - now Musa Magagula – reveals how he was sucked in to becoming an age-cheat

Junaid Hartley

Former Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana international Junaid Hartley is struggling to make ends meet, as he opens up about missed opportunities, the state of South African football, and alleged substance abuse claims

READ: Hartley: I don't have an income

Rio here we come!

South Africa’s Under-23s and Banyana Banyana are gearing up for Brazil as they prepare to fly the country’s flag high at the 2016 Olympic Games

Keagan Dolly

From humble beginnings to national stardom, we go behind the scenes and chat with the family of Mamelodi Sundowns star Keagan Dolly, as the SA U-23 captain himself reveals how his move back home has changed his life


We catch up with one of the best in the officiating business, Jerome Damon, who talks to us about his new role, and refereeing on the biggest stage with the sport’s biggest names

Road to Russia

An in-depth analysis on Bafana Bafana’s opponents in their World Cup qualifying campaign, as a tough task await Shakes Mashaba’s charges

Immovable history makers

Can you name who scored the first-ever NPSL, NSL and PSL goals? We’ll help you …

Chiefs stalwart remembered

We pay tribute to one of Kaizer Chiefs’ founding fore-fathers, Ewert Nene, on the 40th anniversary of his passing …

Safa R115-million plan

Safa’s new base at Fun Valley set to give our national teams a major boost, and could revolutionise all our national teams going forward

Carlton Mashumba

The former Jomo Cosmos striker admist he couldn't remain in the National First Division as he wants to make his name in the PSL

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