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South Africa return makes most sense for Baxter after sack in Turkey

Stuart Baxter's tenure in Turkey ended after just two matches in charge of Genclerbirligi.
Stuart Baxter's tenure in Turkey ended after just two matches in charge of Genclerbirligi.

The only certainty a football coach has is that any contract he signs will have an end date at some point. Stuart Baxter, the Scotsman who was in charge of South African club Kaizer Chiefs last season, knew as much when he left South Africa for Turkey, which is why he only penned a 10-month deal with the Turkish club. However, he did not know his tenure would last just two matches.

Baxter was shown the door by Genclerbirligi before he'd even had a proper chance to introduce himself for reasons...

Moroka Swallows' relegation a historic one in South Africa

South African side Moroka Swallows, seen here in 2013, will not be playing in the country's Premier League next season after suffering relegation.
South African side Moroka Swallows, seen here in 2013, will not be playing in the country's Premier League next season after suffering relegation.

In the 1940's, Moroka Swallows were part of the first set of "Soweto Giants", the name given to the two big clubs in Soweto - Orlando pirates being the other. Moroka Swallows were the first football team to register as a public company in South Africa and the first to get sponsorship in the 1980's. But now, in 2015, they have been relegated for the first time from the top-tier. The birds are no longer flying.

Swallows' demotion to the national first division was a slow burn of disappointment...

Former South Africa international John 'Shoes' Moshoeu dies

John Moshoeu was nicknamed 'Shoes' for his dribbling ability.

JOHANNESBURG -- The South African Football Association says former international midfielder and African Cup of Nations winner John Moshoeu has died. He was 49.

Moshoeu's agent also announced his death, saying he died in a Johannesburg hospital on Tuesday after "a long but brave battle" with cancer.

Nicknamed "Shoes" because of his dribbling ability, Moshoeu scored four goals for South Africa in its victorious 1996 African Cup campaign. He was also part of the 1998 World Cup squad and played 73 times...

Former South Africa striker Richard Henyekane killed in car crash

Former South Africa striker Richard Henyekane was killed in a car crash.

JOHANNESBURG -- Richard Henyekane, a former South Africa international, was killed in a car crash early Tuesday, his club and the country's Premier Soccer League said.

Henyekane's club, Free State Stars, said the 31-year-olstriker was travelling with four other people in the vehicle but was the only person to die in the crash.

Henyekane made nine appearances for South Africa in 2009. He was on...

South African referee convicted of corruption, jailed for four years

CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- A South African referee has been convicted of corruption and sent to prison for four years for his role in trying to fix lower league playoff games in 2011.

The South African Football Association says Clifford Malgas was sentenced on Friday to two years in jail for corruption and two years for perjury.

Malgas' conviction follows that of former South Africa assistant coach Phil Setshedi, who received a three-year jail term last year for trying to fix the same playoff games.

SAFA...