AmaZulu confirmed that Bongani Ndulula is staying with the team, after the KZN side exercised the option on the player’s contract.
Usuthu has been in talks with the star striker for extension of his stay in Durban.
The club has announced that the former Orlando Pirates player is staying put with Craig Rosslee’s team for another season.
“The club can announce that striker Bongani Ndulula will play for AmaZulu in the new season after the club exercised their option on his contract. The former Orlando Pirates forward agreed to a one-and-a-half-year deal when he joined from Bucs last year, which expires next month in June.
"But AmaZulu have secured ‘Drogba’ for another season as they plan to improve on their ninth place finish in the League this season,” amazulufc.net revealed.
AmaZulu confirmed that Lucky Nguzana, who was signed on a short-term deal in the second half of the 2013/14 season, is also staying with the club for a longer period.
“Usuthu have signed Zambian forward Bornwell Mwape who joins Ndulula, Lucky Nguzana and Ayanda Dlamini to make up next season’s attack."
"Meanwhile defender Keamogetse Wolff has not had his deal extended. He was on a six month loan and AmaZulu decided not to extend."
"Midfielders Lunga Zondi and Pinehas Jacob have had their contracts terminated while goalkeeper Philani Zikalala is leaving the club for greener pastures,” the club’s official website revealed.