Former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane has completed his CAF A Licence.
Yeye, 41, is currently the coach of AmaZulu’s DStv Diski Challenge team, after joining Usuthu’s Youth Football Project 2032 in January last year.
He initially worked as U17 coach but was promoted ahead of the 2023/24 campaign to lead the club’s reserves. However, it has been a tough start to the campaign for Usuthu, who currently sit second from bottom with two wins.
Letsholonyane, though, has not just moulded his coaching skills on the sidelines, but also continued to work on his badges.
After completing his CAF C Licence in South Africa in 2021, Yeye branched out to Zambia for his CAF C Licence in 2022 and completed his CAF A Licence in Botswana towards the end of 2023.
Reneilwe letsholonyane was known as one of the best Midfielders in South Africa when he was playing for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and his combination with former Kaizer Chiefs star Simphiwe Tshabala won Kaizer Chiefs Football Club many silverwares and Simphiwe Tshabalala is now owning foundations and also he creates Kasi tournaments for upcoming youngsters since there is a lot of talent that is unseen in the Football of South Africa.
Reneilwe letsholonyane is aiming to be one of the best development coaches in South Africa and he hopes that one day he will be part of the Amazulu Football Club technical team and even coach the South African national team in the development ranks since he is very good in developing and taking the best out of young players In South African Football.
Reneilwe letsholonyane is on the list of players that became legends for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and the South African national team which is called Bafana Bafana.
Reneilwe letsholonyane will now pursue his goals of finishing in a good place in the Dstv Diski Challenge.