A former Kaizer Chiefs and Moroka Swallows player has availed himself for a coaching role in the PSL, either in the Absa Premiership or GladAfrica Championship.
Following his return from Swaziland, where he coached one of the country’s top clubs in Malanti Chiefs, Humphrey Mlwane has been coaching in the third tier league of South Africa since last year.
The ex-central midfielder had a spell at Limpopo ABC Motsepe League club Ditlou FC, where he was assisted by another former Chiefs player in Rodney Thobejane in his coaching duties.
Mlwane has confirmed to the Siya crew that he is currently in a search of a new club to coach in Mzansi.
Mlwane, who previously told the Siya crew that he enjoyed working in Swaziland, says he returned to Mzansi after experiencing financial problems in Eswatini.
“I am looking for a coaching job for next season. I returned (from Swaziland) because of the financial challenges I experienced at the club I was coaching,” said Mlwane.