Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Tefu Mashamaite to further his studies.

‘Ox’ Mthethwa hailed by former Kaizer Chiefs captain

Kaizer Chiefs have been hailed for going all out to sign one of the most complete midfielders in the league by a former star defender


Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Tefu Mashamaite to further his studies.

Kaizer Chiefs legend Tefu Mashamaite has hailed the club for going all out and signing Sibongiseni Mthethwa from Stellenbosch.

Chiefs secured the services of the ‘Ox’ after triggering his release clause which was reportedly set at a whopping R10 million.

According to former Amakhosi captain Mashamaite, Mthethwa is one of most complete midfielders in the country.

ALSO READ • Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs earned same MTN8 prize money!

ALSO READ • Orlando Pirates legend explains why Lepasa is struggling

Kaizer Chiefs hailed for Mthethwa signing

“I mean that guy is one of the most complete box-to-box midfielders in South Africa in my opinion. These are the type of players that Chiefs need right now.” – Tefu Mashamaite told iDiskiTimes.

“Someone who plays with heart, someone who goes into situations that are difficult, you know when people are shying away.

“I feel like Ox is the type of player who’s going to put everything out there, so it’s going to be a major boost.”

In other news, Orlando Pirates legend Joseph Kamwendo believes he’s ready to coach in South Africa.

The former Buccaneers midfielder, who represented the club between 2007 and 2011, has confirmed his desire to coach in the Premier Soccer League.

Joseph Kamwendo has obtained his necessary coaching licences and is currently coaching back home in the Malawi top flight at Bangwe All Stars.

ALSO READ • Orlando Pirates star linked with EMERGENCY return to Mayfair!

ALSO READ • Kaizer Chiefs offer fan-favourite new contract!

Orlando Pirates legend dreaming of coaching Bucs

ALSO READ • Cape Town City drop Kaizer Chiefs ‘crisp’ bomb after win!

ALSO READ • Ntseki invites two NEW faces to Kaizer Chiefs first team training!

“Whether it’s as an assistant coach at a Premiership side or I can start as a head coach at a Motsepe Foundation side. I am well qualified to coach there.” Joseph Kamwendo told SoccerLaduma.

“I know and respect the requirements of coaching in South Africa. So I had to prepare myself first before saying I am ready for that.

“Now, I can say ‘I am ready’. I would be very happy if I can be given the chance at my former team Orlando Pirates but I wouldn’t mind coaching any other team.”

ALSO READ • Orlando Pirates legend makes shock Kaizer Chiefs prediction!

Are you a Chiefs fan? Click to read the latest Amakhosi news