Khuda Muyaba unstoppable in South Africa


Flames striker Khuda Muyaba continues to hog the limelight at his South African Glad Africa Championship side Polokwane City after scoring a goal in his team’s 2-0 victory over Uthongathi on Saturday.

Muyaba produced another solid display to inspire his side to the top of the Glad Africa Championship.

The Malawian is the leading goal-scorer with 13 goals in the second-tier league, five goals above second-placed Luvuyo Phewa of Tuks.


Zimbabwean Ishmael Wadi of JDR Stars is third on the scorers chart with seven goals, at par with his compatriot Edmore Chirambadare of PTA Callies. Tiklas Thutlwa of Black Leopards has six goals.

Muyaba was confident of winning the golden boot in the Glad Africa Championship this season.

“The golden boot is coming home. I will not relax until I get it. The most important thing is also to help the club earn promotion back to the DStv Premiership,” Muyaba said.


The former Moyale Barracks and Silver Strikers forward is set to become the second Malawian player to win the golden boot award in the second-tier league in South Africa after Atusaye Nyondo in 2010.

Nyondo won the golden boot award with 16 goals while playing for Carara Kicks.

Flames coach Meck Mwase heaped praise on Muyaba.

“It is great news that he is scoring goals for his club. This will help him and also us. I am happy for him,” Mwase said.

Polokwane are top of the log table with 34 points from 20 matches, at par with second-placed Richards Bay, who were in action against Venda yesterday.

Elsewhere, another Flames striker Richard Mbulu was on the bench as Baroka FC lost 1-0 to Kaizer Chiefs in the DStv Premiership.

Limbikani Mzava’s Amazulu defeated Algerian side ES Setif in a Caf Champions League match on Friday night. However, Mzava was not featured as he is still recovering from a hamstring injury.

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