Operation Vat Alles continua!
Operation Vat Alles continua!

Posted in News on Dec 03, 2001.

Four trophies in five months summed up a successful run and a fruitful year for the Phefeni Glamour Boys as they stamped their authority on local and continental football.

Amakhosi Amahle!

HehhhhhhhhHE!!!!! HehhhhhhhhhhhhHE!!! It is Operation Vat Alles CONTINUA!


Today, Amakhosi ARE the Mandela Cup Champions, the Coca Cola Cup champions, the BP Top 8 Champions and the Vodacom Challenge Champions, all in 5 months!!!

Thanks for your undying support and for creating an electrifying atmosphere.

Back to the Mandela Cup, we are proud to have won it for you, the supporters, the country and the former President, Tata Madiba. We have gone through difficult times however with the Mandela Cup and have enjoyed little assistance and co-operation from Safa, in particular.

Most importantly what makes things difficult for us is the fact that there is n o prize money in this competition, instead we have suffered costs to about R1,5 million, in traveling and accommodation.

This could mean that if something is not done for putting in cash injections in the tournament, if CAF do not find a sponsor for the tournament, we will not defend our trophy.

That would be sad, but what can we do. Football is business, but I must stress the fact that come February we will take part in the Super Cup competition, playing the winner of the CAF Club Champions League, either, Sundowns or Al Ahly of Egypt for a whooping $1million.


Operation Vat Alles continues, this week, on Wednesday, 5th December 2001, we play Supersport FC at Ellis Park stadium. We need the three points at stake there, and the coach, together with players know that it is vital that we sustain the rhythm of winning so that we continue to collect all the points in the games that remain now.

We ask you to come in your big numbers again, in fact until we close for Christmas, hard work by players and hard work by supporters will give us a beautiful Christmas break.

Let me just give you a summary of the games pending between now and the Christmas break:

  • Wednesday, December 5 – Supersport @ Ellis Park stadium – 8pm.

  • Saturday, December 8 – Hellenic @ Greenpoint stadium – 3:30pm.

  • Saturday, December 15 – Orlando Pirates @FNB Stadium – 3:30pm.

  • Wednesday, December 18 – Amazulu @ Ellis Park stadium – 8pm.

  • Saturday, December 22 – Moroka Swallows @ Ellis Park stadium – 3:30pm.

    I hope this schedule will help you as you plan for your holidays and for January 2002 we have a tight looking fixture again:

  • Saturday, January 5 – Wits @ Royal Bafokeng - 6pm.

  • Wednesday, January 9 – Classic @ Stadium to be confirmed.

  • Saturday, January 12 – Bush Bucks @ Ellis Park stadium – 8pm.

  • Wednesday, January 16 – Sundowns @ Loftus Versfeld – 7pm.

  • Saturday, January 19 – Manning Rangers @ Chatsworth Stadium – 8pm

  • Saturday, January 26 – Golden Arrows @ Royal Bafokeng – 6pm.


    As most of you know, the Semi-Final Judging was successfully completed on Saturday, 17 November at the Kaizer Chiefs Village in Naturena, Johannesburg.

    After a long and exciting day, the panel of judges chose the following 12 finalists out of 47 semi-finalists from throughout South

    Africa and Lesotho. The finalists are as follows:

    Baile Bontlefeela Mogoye (Kroonstad Branch),Bronwyn Carmen Niemack ( Lusikisiki) Molarisi Elizabeth Mehale (Bloemfontein) Gail Tsholofelo Nkoane Kimberly Nkadimeng Glodin Setai (Welkom) Mavis Clementinah Moreme (Vosloorus)Mpho Patiance Bokote (Orkney) Palesa Pearl Mokaleng (Klerksdorp) Phindile Ngwenya (Soweto) Portia Rebone Maidi (Mamelodi/Pretoria Region) Shanto Nogqala (Site C - Cape Town) Shimonea Constance Turner (Queenstown).

    Branch Persons of the above-mentioned finalists are requested to educate their Queens and give them information about Kaizer Chiefs.

    Each semifinalist received a consolation prize hamper containing an Amakhosi magazine, t-shirts, sporties, caps, socks, and other promotional items provided by Kaizer Chiefs, Standard Bank, Nissan, Nike, Fullhouse Publishing, and Vodacom.

    When each of the 12 finalists was called, she came forward to receive an elegant ladies watch sponsored and branded by Acer. They were told to synchronise their watches and to not be late for their dates with destiny, 12 December 2001.

    The national Miss Kaizer Chiefs 2001 will take place next week on Wednesday, 12 December 2001 at the Sandton Convention Center, Ballroom. It will be a gala banquet and beauty pageant celebrating true beauty and lasting victory.

    Corporate tables are being sold by J.A.K.E. PRODUCTIONS at R10, 000.00, excluding VAT, and we are selling a limited number of tickets to registered supporters at a discount starting 03 December, and kindly refer all questions about girls coming over for next week Miss Kaizer Chiefs 2001 to Jessica Motaung of JAKE Productions on 011 462 8686 and you can:

    Visit the Kaizer Chiefs web site, www.kaizerchiefs.com, for more information about the pageant, including pictures and profiles of the 12 finalists. Once you have seen the young ladies, you can call the Miss Kaizer Chiefs Competition Hotline 082-234-1700 to vote for your favorite finalist, and stand a chance to win great prizes.

    Anyone who has suggestions/ comments for the next Miss Kaizer Chiefs (for next year), please inform/advise us so that we can have a better contest the following year. Good luck to all the finalists and their branches. We look forward to ending the year with a bang!


    You are asked to submit your latest branch details to the office, as we need to update our branch contacts; this will help to provide you and your branch with the latest news.

    Please note that it is not compulsory to have the chairperson as the contact person, it can also be the secretary or any responsible branch member. Attached please find a form that you have to fill and fax back to us. When we finish updating our system we will forward the latest branch contacts to Amakhosi magazine.

    For more interesting stories about Amakhosi, please log onto our website, www.kaizerchiefs.com and dial our HOTLINE, 082 170 and you will find fresh and up to date information, newsflashes and views. Until this coming Monday, keep on with the Vuvuzela!

    The GLORY days/years are back again!!



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