Amazulu Squad 2022/2023 Season – New Players

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Amazulu Squad 2022/2023 Season – New Players



AmaZulu Football Team (simply known as AmaZulu) is a professional soccer club headquartered in Durban, KwaZulu Natal, that competes in the Premier Soccer Competition, South Africa’s top-tier football league. Usuthu is a Zulu battle cry and the club’s moniker.

38 Jean Amonome Gabon Gabon 24/12/1997
44 Veli Mothwa South Africa South Africa 12/02/1991
1 Olwethu Mzimela South Africa South Africa 18/04/2001

17 Mbongeni Gumede South Africa South Africa 11/09/1993
Riaan Hanamub Namibia Namibia 08/02/1995
22 Sandile Khumalo South Africa South Africa 28/01/1998
4 Tercious Malepe South Africa South Africa 18/02/1997
39 Sazi Mgwazela South Africa South Africa 24/04/2000
2 Abbubaker Mobara South Africa South Africa 18/02/1994
5 Thembela Sikhakhane South Africa South Africa 24/01/1993
Veluyeke Zulu South Africa South Africa 02/03/1993


Ethan Brooks South Africa South Africa 22/11/2001
45 Keagan Buchanan South Africa South Africa 03/04/1992
Larry Bwalya Zambia Zambia 29/05/1995
21 Matarr Ceesay Gambia Gambia 19/01/2000
36 Mxolisi Kunene South Africa South Africa 29/10/1991
34 Sphesihle Maduna South Africa South Africa 26/12/1999
26 Sbusiso Magaqa South Africa South Africa 02/11/1998
8 Makhehlene Makhaula South Africa South Africa 17/11/1989
George Maluleka South Africa South Africa 07/01/1989
19 Tshepang Moremi South Africa South Africa 02/10/2000
Thendo Mukumela South Africa South Africa 30/01/1998
6 Butholezwe Ncube Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 24/04/1992
37 Lindani Shange South Africa South Africa 16/02/2001
Dumisani Zuma South Africa South Africa 22/05/1995


Augustine Kwem Nigeria Nigeria 02/08/1997
20 Lehlohonolo Majoro South Africa South Africa 19/08/1986
Frank Mhango Malawi Malawi 27/09/1992
7 Bongi Ntuli South Africa South Africa 28/03/1991
49 Lindokuhle Zungu South Africa South Africa 03/07/2001
Brandon Truter South Africa South Africa
Ass. Manager
Siyabonga Nomvethe South Africa South Africa 02/12/1977
Fitness Coach
Zunaid Crowie South Africa South Africa



Amazulu Squad 2022/2023 –  Goalkeepers

43 Neil Boshoff [South Africa] South Africa 22/01/1996
16 Moeneeb Josephs [South Africa] South Africa 19/05/1980
28 Siyabonga Mbatha [South Africa] South Africa 04/02/1989
44 Veli Mothwa [South Africa] South Africa 12/02/1991
1 Olwethu Mzimela [South Africa] South Africa 18/04/2001


Amazulu Squad 2022/2023 –  Defenders

4 Mario Booysen [South Africa] South Africa 15/08/1988
17 Mbongeni Gumede [South Africa] South Africa 11/09/1993
23 Tshepo Gumede [South Africa] South Africa 21/04/1991
22 Sandile Khumalo [South Africa] South Africa 28/01/1998
29 Sibusiso Mabiliso [South Africa] South Africa 14/04/1999
24 Tsepo Masilela [South Africa] South Africa 05/05/1985
39 Sazi Mgwazela [South Africa] South Africa 24/04/2000
35 Boiki Modisakeng [South Africa] South Africa 08/04/1999
25 Limbikani Mzava [Malawi] Malawi 12/11/1993
Sphamandla Nene [South Africa] South Africa
5 Thembela Sikhakhane [South Africa] South Africa 24/01/1993
27 Tapelo Xoki [South Africa] South Africa 10/04/1995


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Amazulu Squad 2022/2023 –  Midfielders


19 Talent Chawapiwa [Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe 03/06/1992
33 Samuel Darpoh [Ghana] Ghana 15/03/1998
14 Andre de Jong [New Zealand] New Zealand 02/11/1996
21 Charlie Hlalele [South Africa] South Africa 06/11/1994
46 Zukile Kewuti [South Africa] South Africa 26/06/1995
22 Siyanda Khumalo [South Africa] South Africa 23/06/1993
3 Ntuthuko Madela [South Africa] South Africa 23/06/1997
34 Sphesihle Maduna [South Africa] South Africa 26/12/1999
26 Sbusiso Magaqa [South Africa] South Africa 02/11/1998
11 Siphelele Magubane [South Africa] South Africa 06/03/1993
8 Makhehlene Makhaula [South Africa] South Africa 17/11/1989
15 Luvuyo Memela [South Africa] South Africa 18/09/1987
41 Dlamini Mfanafikile [South Africa] South Africa 26/02/1999
12 Sicelo Mkhize [South Africa] South Africa 09/06/1995
23 Xola Mlambo [South Africa] South Africa 24/06/1991
4 Michael Morton [South Africa] South Africa 07/03/1989
6 Butholezwe Ncube [Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe 24/04/1992
Thami Nombika [South Africa] South Africa
47 Thabo Qalinge [South Africa] South Africa 28/08/1991
10 Siyethemba Sithebe [South Africa] South Africa 06/01/1993
36 Siphiwe Tshabalala [South Africa] South Africa 25/09/1984
50 Nhlanhla Vilakazi [South Africa] South Africa 25/02/1987


Amazulu Squad 2022/2023  – Forwards

38 Phakamani Mahlambi [South Africa] South Africa 12/09/1997
20 Lehlohonolo Majoro [South Africa] South Africa 19/08/1986
9 Siphelele Mthembu [South Africa] South Africa 15/08/1987
30 Augustine Mulenga [Zambia] Zambia 17/01/1990
13 Thokozani Ngubane [South Africa] South Africa
7 Bonginkosi Ntuli [South Africa] South Africa 28/03/1991
37 Bayanda Shangase [South Africa] South Africa 25/11/1999
49 Lindokuhle Zungu [South Africa] South Africa 03/07/2001
Benni McCarthy [South Africa] South Africa 12/11/1977
Ass. Manager
Allan Freese [South Africa] South Africa 07/08/1956
Vasili Manousakis [South Africa] South Africa
Davies Phiri [Zambia] Zambia 01/04/1976





History (1932–1973) Early History

AmaZulu, formerly known as Zulu Royal Conquerors, is one of South Africa’s oldest clubs. It was founded in 1932 by Zulu migrant labourers. The squad was subsequently brought to then-Zulu king Solomon, who changed the team’s name to Zulu Royals, altered their colors to royal blue and white, and added a shield to their emblem.

The team’s guardian was initially Prince Bayisikili, who was subsequently replaced by Prince Sithela, and the team’s headquarters were at the eMbelebeleni Royal Kraal. The team colors had changed to bottle green and white by that time.


The squad travelled to eMandeni to play a Cup game against SAPPI Homestars on the day of King Bhekizulu’s burial in the year 1968, which they lost 4–2. Mr. Shezi, Mr. Nsele, and Mr. Magwaza ended up accompanying the King in the team’s outfit on the day of the burial.

Following the game, there was a squabble among the club’s followers, with some, like Prince Sithela, questioning how the squad could play on the day of the Zulu King’s burial, when the team was meant to be mourning the King’s death.

Mr Gideon Sibiya and Mr. Ntuli, who followed the club to eMandeni, chose to relocate the club away from eMbelebeleni to eWema, and it was no longer recognized at the eMbelebeleni Royal Kraal.

Mr Mkhize and Mr Ralph Mabaso, the surviving members of the committee, decided to rebuild the squad from the ground up, recruiting players, purchasing a uniform, and appointing Mr Bethuel Masondo as team manager at the end of 1970.


Mr. Bethuel Masondo was the only director of the club, which was registered as Zulu Royals United. They chose eMbelebeleni Royal Kraal as the team’s base of operations.

In 1971, the National Professional League (NPSL) decided that the Kwa-Zulu Natal Football Association should suspend African Wanderers from the NPSL and propose another Kwa-Zulu Natal club to replace them since they were having troubles while playing in the league.

Union Jacks, Durban City All Black, Zulu Royals United Directors, or Young Dribblers were the teams approved by the Kwa-Zulu Natal Football Association.

Mr. RD Sishi, the chairman of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL) at the time, concluded that Zulu Royals United should replace African Wanderers in the NPSL since Zulu Royals represented the Zulu Nation from the Royal Kraal and had a larger fan base than the other teams proposed.

Zulu Royals took over from African Wanderers in 1971 and finished sixth on the log, earning club of the year honors. The team won the N.P.S.L league championship the next year in 1972, with 44 points from 26 games and just two losses.

In 1973, Zulu Royal suffered a major setback when the club’s then-manager, Mr. Bethwell Masondo, departed the club, taking with him numerous key players, causing the team to dissolve.


The team plunged into a mid-season slump as a result of this terrible tragedy, and they were unable to successfully defend their league crown.

The fans took over the operation of the club in 1974, and the team was renamed AmaZulu Football Club the following year.


Some fans, headed by Mr. Francis Dlamini, the reserve team’s manager, decided to rename the team Zulu Royals United and give it the moniker “esikotshi.”

Mr. Manana and Mr. Nxumalo, who purchased the team for R 4000.00, Mr. Merikan Madlala from Lamontville, and a committee made up of Mr. Ngongoma, Mr. Duma, Mr. Mathe, Mr. Dlamini, Mr. Biyela, and Nhleko were among the other directors.



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