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The team has changed names so many times that even their management, players and supporters, if any, remember their true roots and origin.
They came to Ekurhuleni via Cape Town and were then known as Hellenic. In the eastern Gauteng township of Daveyton they were known as Premier United to which they later added the name Benoni to revive the local team of the eighties that was affectionately known as The Rabbits.
A number of "oldies" in the area were so happy that they ditched teams they were now supporting claiming that "sibuyel'ekhaya" (we've gone back home).
In its first season in the paid ranks, the East Rand bunnies escaped relegation by the skin of their teeth after running out of carrots in the second half of the season.
In one of the worst cases of football emotional abuse, the owner and coach Dumisani Ndlovu sold it to some Europeans for 50 pieces of silver (R50m), in the process forgetting to reimburse all those followers who had bought the club's regalia in T-shirts, caps, flags and gowns in blue and navy.
The Usuzwile Mkhozi crew was reliably told that the Etwatwa supporters branch in Daveyton had a ceremony to burn all paraphernalia associated with the club with the exception of the live rabbits that were treated as mascots.
Unconfirmed reports, however, claim that the owner braaied and ate them in anger and protest at the sale.
The club has since migrated to KwaZulu-Natal and changed its name ... again!
The gatvol ex-supporters in Leachville were talking football as usual when Chippa asked what the team was now being called.
The chubby Mpho was first to say its now named Thandamazulu, wherein the cop Jita interjected and claimed it was called Thandabantwana or Thandazani.
Nevertheless, a member of the crew overheard this and came to their rescue with the "right" name, Thanda Royal Zulu, which has brought nothing but grief to the poor souls who are at the moment undergoing counselling for the pre-season sale abuse.