Kaizer Chiefs news: August Episode of KCTV – Kaizer Chiefs


As we initiating a brand contemporary month on the present time – which is the month of August, many other folks celebrate many diversified issues for diversified causes. For South African ladies folk, is it Females’s Month – this is as we be wide awake those 20 000+ mettlesome ladies folk who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 against the oppressive system of Apartheid. For football lovers, August marks the initiating of a brand contemporary PSL season and quite a lot of alternative leagues in Europe. Importantly, for hundreds and hundreds of Amakhosi supporters staunch thru the sector, it is the most predominant Monday of the month, that manner we rep to hunt the most predominant KCTV episode of the 2022/23 season.

The thrilling remark with segments recorded right thru the low season appears to be like on the pre-season camp where your complete crew frolicked together, practicing and planning for the contemporary season. It was furthermore a come of introducing the contemporary gamers and members of the technical crew to the Chiefs come of doing issues.

We furthermore into the KC Marketing and marketing presentation to the crew right thru the camp. Here is where members of the selling and marketing crew led by Jessica Motaung lay down the guidelines and point to the complete marketing and marketing activities that will be embarked on in the contemporary season.

In the Cream of the Gash section, we review our Reserve Crew’s outstanding feat in the DStv Diski Protect this year where they defeated SuperSport United, Mamelodi Sundowns and Stellenbosch FC to get hold of the 2022 trophy high eight competition. We keep up a correspondence to Vela ‘The Chef’ Khumalo and the young Glamour Boys who made it all happen right thru the closing in Durban.

One amongst the thrilling segments will seek at an tournament hosted for our legends on the Village right thru the month of July. The tournament addressed by the Chairman was attended by many including Physician Khumalo, Jackie Masike, Banks Setlhodi, Zebulon Nhlapo, Skheshekheshe Mkhonza, Ace Khuse, Yster Sikwane, The Horse Mokgoja, Tshepo and Chippa Molatedi, etc. The KCTV crew got to keep up a correspondence to amongst others Teenage Dladla, Scara Thindwa, Marks Maponyane, Malombo Lechaba and Brian Baloyi.

With about a days sooner than the 2022/23 DStv Premiership season kicks off, Amakhosi supporters are told to predict the August episode of the KCTV remark. The remark premieres on the PSL Channel on SuperSport 2, DStv channel 202 this Monday at 20: 00.


Kaizer Chiefs’ social media platforms will fraction info of the reruns of the remark right thru the course of the month of August.


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