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Mamelodi Sundowns will take on Bloemfontein Celtic in the final of the Nedbank Cup on Saturday. Zambia goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene and Lesotho striker Motebang Sera will be on opposing sides.
Mweene will vie for a starting place with fit-again Denis Onyango as he finished the Absa Premiership season in fine form, conceding just once in five matches as the Ugandan gloveman battled with a quad injury.
Mweene has been a stalwart of the African game for almost two decades and recently claimed his fifth South African league title, making him one of the most decorated players in the country.
At the age of 36, some might be thinking of winding down, but as he tells The COSAFA Show, he believes he still has more to give.
Also on the show is Seychelles Football Federation President Elvis Chetty, who has been hard at work with several development initiatives in the ambitious country.
He provides updates on those and the difficulties of completing the league season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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