Eswatini Daily News

By Sibusiso Masilela

Former Mbabane Highlanders midfielder Banele ‘ Stigger ‘ Ndzabandzaba has found a new home at Botswana outfit Botswana Police Force.

The former Matsapha United player penned a three-year deal with the Botswana Premier League side after the capital city giants discarded him.

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The club announced the signing of Ndzabandzaba on their Facebook page. The player could not be reached for comment at the time of compiling this report.

He was among the three players that were shown the exit door by the’ Black Bull’ together with Tshwarelo Bereng and Tony ‘Ben 10’ Machacha during the off-season.

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The player has joined the likes of Justice Figuareido (Richards Bay FC, South Africa) and Lindo Mkhonta (Zesco United, Zambia) in the country’s current list of international players playing outside the borders of Eswatini.

He was one of the longest-serving players at Highlanders having spent three seasons with the capital city giants. He was part of the Highlanders squad that competed in the 2022 CAF Confederation Cup.

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