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SOUTH AFRICAN PREMIERSHIP

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Bidvest Wits 4 1 2 13
3 Chiefs 3 4 1 13
4 Bloem Celtic 4 1 1 13
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Orlando Pirates top of the table, Kaizer Chiefs win again

Orlando Pirates moved to the top of the Absa Premiership table and Kaizer Chiefs kept up their recent run of wins as South Africa's Soweto giants flexed their muscles in domestic action on Saturday.

Pirates defeated Baroka FC 2-1, while Chiefs claimed a more comfortable 2-0 success at home to AmaZulu as they made it three wins from three in matches over the past eight days.

Pirates raced into a two-goal lead in Polokwane, but just like in their midweek draw with Cape Town City, then took their foot...

Chiefs claim back-to-back wins with Stars success

Kaizer Chiefs have secured back-to-back victories in the Absa Premiership to rise to third in the table after a comfortable 2-0 success at Free State Stars in Bethlehem on Tuesday.

Venezuelan forward Gustavo Paez and winger Philani Zulu netted the goals for Chiefs, who rarely looked troubled by a Stars side now battling at near the foot of the table.

Chiefs have not lost away to Ea Lla Koto since 2010 and they never looked like losing this one as they followed Saturday's 4-12 away success at Cape...

Khama Billiat inspires Kaizer Chiefs to big win over Cape Town City



Kaizer Chiefs bounced back to form in emphatic style with a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Cape Town City in their Absa Premiership clash on Saturday.

It was a first league win of the season for Giovanni Solinas' side as they weathered a City storm and then picked their opponents apart in the second period after the home side had been reduced to 10 men following a red card for defender Taariq Fielies.

It will be relief for Solinas, who had only won one of his eight games in charge...

Kaizer Chiefs to play behind closed doors



Kaizer Chiefs will have to play their next two home games behind closed doors, and in KwaZulu-Natal, after being found guilty of failing to control their fans after the Nedbank Cup semifinal loss to Free State Stars on April 21.

Chiefs supporters went on the rampage, physically assaulting security personnel, lighting fires in Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium, and causing millions of Rands worth of damage to television equipment.

"The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has found Kaizer Chiefs...

Solinas to use break to fix Chiefs' struggles

Struggling Kaizer Chiefs suffered another body blow at the weekend with a MTN8 semi-final defeat to extend their trophyless-run and see their status as South Africa's most popular and most successful club slip further.

There were only 10 400 spectators at the cavernous FNB Stadium in Johannesburg to see the club host SuperSport United in the return leg.

Chiefs, who have not won a trophy for past three seasons, were in a handy position after drawing 2-2 away in the first leg last weekend but were...