GladAfrica Championship outfit Real Kings FC have announced changes ahead of the new season.
The club will be renamed Royal AM FC and appointed 19-year-old Andile Mpisane as the club's new chairman, while former Highlands Park shareholder, Sinki Mnisi is the club's new CEO.
Mpisane is the son of Durban businesswoman and reality television star Shauwn Mkhize, who has since purchased the KwaZulu-Natal club.
The official announcement took place an event held at Royal Ranch, headquarters of Royal AM in Table Mountain, Pietermartizburg.
Mnisi comes in highly-experienced as he has worked with Thembisa Classic in the past, and most recently, the now-defunct Highlands Park.
In addressing the media, the former Lions of the North director says he had many offers but he chose to move to the ambitious KZN side.
"I had lot of offers but I took this one because of their ambitions and passion about empowering community," said Mnisi, speaking to the media.
"I'm here to work, I've done it with Classics and Highlands Park, we've promoted them and will do the same here," he added.