The second instalment of the Absa Premiership Woza Nazo outings for the 2018/19 Absa Premiership season, sees Cape Town City host Kaizer Chiefs at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday, 15 September 2018 Amakhosi will be looking to get points on the board as they still search for their first league win of the 2018/19 Absa Premiership season while the ‘Citizens’, will have to be at their best to defend their unbeaten record at home this season and claim victory to move up the standings after an inconsistent start to the new season. This season, Absa encourages fans to celebrate the wins, the spectacular goals and energy in the various stadiums across the country through ’Bring Your Voice’ which will be an opportunity for fans to express their Africanacity. Woza Nazo ‘Bring Your Voice’ is aimed at enhancing the culture of singing that already exists in the Absa Premiership. Absa calls on fans of both teams in the Mother City to continue to celebrate their teams and the way they show their Africanacity through unique song and dance at the stadium. Absa customers and soccer fans will once again be rewarded with unique and unforgettable experiences through the Absa Premiership Kick For A Million competition. The competition rewards fans attending a Woza Nazo fixture by giving them an opportunity to participate in a halftime penalty kick competition where they stand a chance to win one million rand at the end of the season. In the build up to match day, soccer fans in the Mother City are urged to attend various Woza Nazo activations that will take place between Wednesday and Friday this week where they can take photos with soccer legends, the Absa Premiership trophy, stand to win tickets for the Woza Nazo fixture and receive branded merchandise. Absa Red Ticket Zone Absa Red Ticket Zone access on match day will be at Entrance 3, East Fore Court gate and will be opened strictly between 12pm – 2:30pm Soccer fans will have an opportunity to receive an Absa red Ticket from Woza Nazo activations taking place around Cape Town between Thursday, 13 September – Friday, 14 September The Red Zone pass will provide fans with food, refreshments and Woza Nazo merchandise Details for Woza Nazo Activations Thursday, 13 September: Vangate Mall, 3pm - 5pm Friday, 14 September: Khayelitsha Mall, 3pm - 5pm **Story credit to PSL. The original story can be found here.
Highlands Park conceded an injury time goal to draw 1-1 with Baroka FC in an Absa Premiership match at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday night. The first half started positively with Baroka on the attack with Richard Matloga finding space inside Highlands’ box, but he fired over from roughly 12-yards out. The next shot on goal only came on the half hour mark when some sloppy defending by Baroka allowed Petrus Ngebo to get on the end of a cross from Mothobi Mvala, but the Highlands man also blazed his effort over from close range. The first half ended 0-0. The second half produced much more in terms of goal mouth action and Baroka nearly took the lead in the 60th minute when Richard Matloga found himself one-on-one with Tapuwa Kapini, but the Highlands goalkeeper thwarted him. Highlands then took the lead in the 75th minute when substitute Thabo Motlafi found the back of the net with a deadly shot from the edge of the box, 1-0. The visiting side tried to defend their lead after that and ‘parked the bus’ in defence, but it was at their own detriment when Baroka found the equaliser in the 90th minute thanks to a goal from Ranga Chivaviro, 1-1. Baroka (0) 1 (Chivaviro 90’) Highlands (0) 1 (Motlafi 75’) TEAMS: Baroka: Chipzeze, Banda, Chawapiwa (Onkabetse 53’), Chivaviro, Gebhardt, Kgoetyane, Madubanya, Makgaka, Makume (Mdatsane 77’), Maliba, Matloga (Kgaswane 59’). Highlands Park: Kapini, Sibande, Motsepe, Mokoena, Haoseb, Mvala, Mbatha, Ramoraka, Rae, Nyembe (Bunting 90’), Ngebo (Motlafi 65’). © Backpage TXT **Story credit to PSL. The original story can be found here.