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Why Blame Senzo Meyiwa?

Why Blame Senzo Meyiwa?

The South African Football Players Union(SAFPU) finds itself between a rock and a hard place yet again, as we try to bring light into Senzo Meyiwa’s “false age” revelation. We are not, in any way possible, trying to justify this act. In all honesty, this whole topic...

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Banyana Banyana Show Racism The Red Card

Banyana Banyana Show Racism The Red Card

The media team of the South African Football Player Union caught up with Banyana Banyana in training at the University of Johannesburg sports grounds, ahead of their All-Africa Games (AAG) qualifier return leg against Botswana. The team of patriotic national heroes...

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SAFPU wishes it's President Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe a happy birthday, enjoy your day and may the good Lord bless and protect you for eternity!!!

SAFPU would like to congratulate both Steve Komphela and Alfred Ndengane of Bloemfontein Celtic for winning Psl's coach and player of the month awards for August. Well done guys and keep up the good work!!!

SAFPU would like to congratulate Janine van Wyk for reaching her milestone of 150 caps for Banyana Banyana and being the most capped player in the country's football for both male and female!! Well done and good luck for the future!!!

SAFPU is disgusted by the way Mr. David Thidiela attacked referee Mr. Victor Hlungwani calling him Shangaan & warn him to never set his foot at his team's games again or he can do that at his own risk. This calls for immediate action from SAFA&PSL.

Une grosse pensée pour @dolly_keagan07, le milieu sud-africain de @MontpellierHSC, victime d'une fracture du péroné. @UNFP lui souhaite un prompt rétablissement ! #courage

SAFPU would like to thank Siyabonga Nomvethe for serving and representing South Africa in the football world. You were the best ambassador for the game. Farewell legend and enjoy your retirement!!!

SAFPU would like to send it's heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and all those affected by the passing of the South African and Cape Town football legend Reggie Jantjies. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

We believe in the might arm of the law that perpetrators will be apprehended. Our heartfelt condolences are extended to the family and football fraternity.

Robala ka khotso khabazela-ka-mavovo.

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