Bafana Bafana are gearing up for important Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers and Head Coach Molefi Ntseki has since given an update from the camp.
The South African national team will lock horns with Sao Tome and Principe over two legs, though both encounters will be hosted right here in Mzansi.
The first encounter will kick-off tomorrow, Friday, November 13 in Durban, with the second leg scheduled for Monday in Port Elizabeth.
“By late yesterday, we saw the arrival of Bongani Zungu who was a late arrival after travelling for hours coming from Scotland. We are happy that the whole squad is here and we will have our last preparation session today with the 35 players in camp,” Head Coach Ntseki told the media.
“The preparations have been going very well and they are looking forward to it, there is a lot of interest coming from the players in terms of doing well for the country and themselves.
“We are fully aware of the challenges that come with it. We are playing Sao Tome, a very difficult team but all that is important is for us to get maximum points in the two matches.
"I think we have prepared well, mentally, physically and tactically, so we would be able to execute the plan come match day on Friday and another plan will come out for the match on Monday.
“Let us all go out there, enjoy ourselves and support the national team with the belief that we will get maximum points.”