Vuyokazi Nkanjeni Soccer reporter

Vuyokazi Nkanjeni is a soccer writer for The Herald and Weekend Post. She also covers other sport codes, such as triathlon and boxing. She is the 2018 and 2019 Eastern Cape Sport and Recreation Achievers Awards' Sport Journalist of the Year. In 2017 and 2018, she was a finalist at the GSport Awards, in the Women in Print category. Previously she worked for community newspapers Zithethele and The Messenger.

Vuyokazi Nkanjeni Soccer reporter
Irvette Van Zyl first female runner to cross finish line in women's race in ...

SA athlete Irvette Van Zyl was the first female runner to cross the finish line in the women's race in the Nedbank Runified Breaking Barriers 50km in ...

Vuyokazi Nkanjeni Soccer reporter
Vladislav Heric fired as Chippa United coach

Chippa United have fired coach Vladislav Heric with only two matches remaining in their DStv Premiership campaign.

Vuyokazi Nkanjeni Soccer reporter
Shocking state of Nelson Mandela Bay municipal fields

The state of municipal facilities has resulted in some local football associations falling behind on fixtures while others haven’t even started ...

Vuyokazi Nkanjeni Soccer reporter
Mobbie eyeing a second Cup trophy as Chippa prepare to battle TTM in final

Chippa United right-back Nyiko Mobbie is looking forward to lifting the Nedbank Cup trophy for the second time in his professional career at the ...

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Desperate Chippa set to employ Vladislav Heric as technical adviser

Chippa United are set to announce the appointment of experienced coach Vladislav Heric as the team's technical adviser on Wednesday.

Vuyokazi Nkanjeni Soccer reporter
Cape Town City hold Chippa United to goalless draw at a misty Mdantsane

Chippa United's attempt to sneak a quick double over Cape Town City was thwarted as the sides played to a goalless draw in their DStv Premiership ...

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Chippa United disappointed as they labour to a 1-1 draw against 10-man TTM

Chippa United disappointed as they laboured to a 1-1 draw against 10-man Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila in their league match at the Nelson Mandela Bay ...

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Coach Ellis raises flag to history-making young Banyana outfit

The team won their seventh Cosafa Women’s Championship title and the fourth in a row