Blow for Kaizer Chiefs as Ranga Chivaviro Departs for Richards Bay

Blow for Kaizer Chiefs as Ranga Chivaviro Departs for Richards Bay

...By Lola Smith for TDPel Media.

Kaizer Chiefs and their loyal supporters received disappointing news as it was revealed that Ranga Chivaviro is no longer part of Marumo Gallants.


The 30-year-old striker, who had an impressive season with 17 goals in the domestic league and CAF Confederation Cup, had already signed a pre-contract with Richards Bay, even before clubs like Chiefs took notice of his quality.

The news was announced by Unplayable on Twitter, with a source confirming that Lucky Mohomi is also making the move to Richards Bay.

The tweet confirmed Chivaviro’s signing with Richards Bay, leaving Marumo Gallants behind.

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In other news, Kaizer Chiefs have secured a new addition to their squad, causing them to make arrangements for a new parking lot at Naturena.

Thatayaone Ditlhokwe is set to join Chiefs and begin his career as a Glamour Boy.

As previously reported, Amakhosi had secured the services of the Botswana international on a pre-contract.


The 24-year-old defender, with 87 appearances in the Premier Soccer League for Matsatsantsa a Pitori, will now don the Kaizer Chiefs jersey.

Ditlhokwe acknowledged the challenges that come with playing for a club like Chiefs but expressed confidence in his ability to handle the pressure.

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He stated that every player needs to face challenges to grow, and he aims to do his best in each game and ultimately leave South Africa after making a significant impact.

Furthermore, Kaizer Chiefs have bolstered their defensive options by securing the services of Given Msimango, another central defender.

With these developments, Kaizer Chiefs must now adapt to the departure of Chivaviro and prepare for the arrival of Ditlhokwe and Msimango, as they continue to shape their squad for upcoming competitions.

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