Carling Black Label: Six Kaizer Chiefs Players Doubtful For Soweto Derby

Kaizer Chiefs will not have six key players available for Sunday?s Carling Black Label Cup encounter against Orlando Pirates.


Carling Black Label Cup: What Is It, When Does It Take Place, Who’s Playing, Who Are The Current Champions?

Goal provides you with all the information you need to know about the Carling Black Label Cup featuring Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.


What The Carling Black Label Cup Has Done With Thahane And Lorch’s Relationship

It seems that the Carling Black Label Cup has decided to capitalise on the relationship between Natasha Thahane and Thembinkosi Lorch, as a way to promote the upcoming final. Natasha Thahane took to T


Thulani Hlatshwayo Makes Bold Prediction Ahead Of Kaizer Chiefs Carling Black Label Cup Clash

Orlando Pirates defender Thulani Hlatshwayo has made a bold prediction ahead of next Sunday's Carling Black Label Cup clash against bitter rivals Kaizer Chiefs.


Ofori And Khune The Most-voted-for Goalies In Carling Black Label Cup

"When selecting players or making substitutions, the fans will base it off insights and statistics on the specific players," Reneilwe Letsholonyane said.


Carling Black Label Cup Still On Despite Level 4 Alcohol Ban

Carling Black Label Cup organisers insist the pre-season showpiece will go ahead as planned this year despite lockdown restrictions prohibiting the sale of alcohol.


Latest Kaizer Chiefs Line-up For The Carling Black Label

Kaizer Chiefs' Carling Black Label Line-Up So Far...


Cheers To Matric With Carling Black Label

The Carling Black Label Class of Its Own initiative will assist the 'champion' men of South Africa further their education and take control of their futures, says Mapula Hadebe, Carling Black Label Br


Carling Black Label Cup

Carling Black Label Cup organisers have confirmed this year's edition of the pre-season Soweto derby has been moved to the Orlando Stadium.


Carling Black Label Cup Returns

Having been canceled last year due to the Covid-19 outbreak, one of the biggest games in South Africa?s football calendar, the Carling Black Label Cup, makes its eagerly-awaited return on 31 July. As