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SA trio join Lesotho Premier League side 

South African trio of Sinethemba Ncamani, Ramasimong Maloisane, and Boitumelo Malejoane have joined Lesotho Premier League side Bantu FC.

This comes after Bantu have finally completed the registration of the players in the January transfer window period and they are now available for selection. 

The above-mentioned players have been in the squad for the 2022/2023 campaign but were yet to be cleared hence ineligibility to play in the first round.

Ncamani joins the Lesotho side from Mpumalanga ABC Motsepe League outfit, TS Sporting. 

He is also South Africa’s U20 graduate. The talented midfielder will be expected to help his new team to do well in the middle of the park given his extensive experience. 

Maloisane forms part of Bantu family from DStv Premiership club, Chippa United. The winger will be hoping to revive his football career and get his mojo back in the Lesotho top tier.

Winger Ramasimong Maloisane joins Bantu FC from DStv Premiership side, Chippa United.
Winger Ramasimong Maloisane joins Bantu FC from DStv Premiership side, Chippa United.

Malejoane, who plays as a winger also joins his new team from Bloemfontein Celtic, who sold their South African football third-tier status at the beginning of the 2022/23 season to Mangaung Unite.

The trio’s God-given talents will be expected to add value to the Lesotho club when the second round of the league commence.

Meanwhile, Luciano Matsoso who returns to his home soil signs for Bantu from Gauteng Motsepe League side Wits University. 

The winger will be hoping to help the side to reach the promised land and better its position in the Premier League. 


The South African three players were signed along Thabo Mafatle, Shali Lekhotla, Thaddea Moketo and Litšepe Marabe from Lesotho.


With all being said, the side will be gunning to achieve its ultimate goal of winning the league and possibly qualifying for the CAF interclub competitions.  

As thing stand, Bantu are currently flourishing on the summit of the log standings with 43 points, three points clear of second-placed Lesotho Defence Force. 

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