Found the most cutest skirt kwama China, I'm wearing a legging underneath so excuse the humps and bumps Lol
China Ngema was a man who made a huge mistake to give all his trust to Kaizer Motaung and love him like his own son.Now today Kaizer Chiefs solely belong to the Montaungs alone.We wonder what really led to Ewert's death
I have supported Kaizer Chiefs since 1992 when I was merely 7 years old. I had never even seen Doctor Khumalo on TV but heard about his skills on radio. There was no TV at home then. It was bought a year later. I supported this team to the defiance of my father who supported Pirates. I endured listening to Chiefs games on radio because my father refused to use his petrol for a Chiefs match. I have endured all the nonsense of being a Chiefs supporter. I have seen a great team turn into an ordinary trap and pass team. I have also seen the team of Zero Johnson, Gilbert Sekgabi, Ewert Nene and China Ngema turned into a family team by the once great and now useless Kaizer Motaung. As soon as soccer teams became companies, this man used his education to steal the team and make it his. Ever since Kaizer took over as Chiefs Chairman from the Legendary Clarence Mlokoti, our team has gone downhill. We have endured the ill-treatment of many soccer players and have kept quiet. The legendary Tsiki-Tsiki was not even a ...
Kaizer Chiefs were founded on 7 January 1970 shortly after the return of Kaizer "Chincha Guluva" Motaung from the USA where he played as a striker for the Atlanta Chiefs of the North American Soccer League (NASL). He combined his own first name with the Atlanta Chiefs to create the name of Kaizer Chiefs. Several other people have played key roles in the formation and growth of Kaizer Chiefs, including the late Gilbert Sekgabi, Clarence Mlokoti, China Ngema,Ewert "The Lip" Nene and Rabelani Jan Mofokeng, he trailed and quit because of work. Kaizer Chiefs are known as Amakhosi by its fans. Their headquarters is Kaizer Chiefs Village, in Naturena, six kilometres south of Johannesburg. In addition to its impressive record of 80 titles in 36 years, the Chiefs have also set benchmarks in local soccer sponsorship. The 2001/2002 season was one of the Club’s most successful in their history as well as their most tragic. They won four major trophies in four months; the Vodacom Challenge, th ...
Kaizer Chiefs chairman, Kaizer Motaung, has paid his respects to one of the club's former directors, China Ngema.
China Ngema is football and the death of "the Lip" rob many people who formed the team and got no say today
China Ngema stick to love and peace,no matter how much he feel unhappy the way they are nothing to Kaizer Chiefs~he loves Kaizer Chiefs and Kaizer Motaung u can't change him,he is absolutely golden black
China Ngema very much in pain how they are kicked out of phefeni glamour boys and how they were told they got nothing~the team belong to the Motaungs and no one can change that,as for Stimela gave so much to the team like the rest of players who gave it all for Kaizer Chiefs to be where it is and fans or support for the team he made roads.But all is gone~the credit go to one man and his family.If it is God's will so be it~but China's work and devotion for the team won't be erased and all those who made a contribution to love and peace.In our hearts you are part and parcel of that team
Kaizer Chiefs does not belong to Kaizer. It is the team of Ewert Nene, Zero Johnson, China Ngema and others.
Kaizer Chiefs was never a family business. It was not even formed by Kaizer Motaung himself. But by China Ngema, Ewert Nene, Pro Khumalo etc
Although named Kaizer Chiefs our team was not formed as a family Business. It used to be owned by its players. Its Manager was the Great Ewert "The Lip" Nene. Kaizer Motaung provided the initial funds. China Ngema, Clarence Mlokoti, Gilbert Sekgabi, Thomas ‘Zero my Hero’ Johnson, Ratha ‘Jimmy Greaves’ Maokgoatlheng and Edward ‘Msomi’ Khoza. In true capitalist style, Kaizer muscled and bought out all the others with the exception of Ewert "The Lip" Nene who was shot dead trying to recruit Teenage Dladla. This has ensured the monopoly of Kaizer's family on our team and it has turned it into an employment agency of the most incompetent of Motaung's sons. Kaizer Motaung must know this, we are happy that he has led our team well, but we need control of this team to be diversified and for this team to return back to what it was: a team of the masses!!
South African President Jacob Zuma is set to become a father for the 22nd time as his fiancee is pregnant, a media report said. Zuma's fiancee Bongiwe Gloria Ngema, who recently accompanied the 68-year-old polygamous President on a state visit to China, is expecting a child next year, the 'Ilanga' newspaper quoted her close friend as saying.
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