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Dynamos' administration has suffered a blow after the resignation of experienced administrator Bothwell "BK" Matewe.
The gravel-voiced Matewe has joined the new Polokwane-based provincial radio station Capricorn FM as a sports editor and presenter.
The much-vaunted radio station is expected to go on air sometime next month.
Matewe, who was born in Zimbabwe 36 years ago, has been the general manager of the Dynamites at the time of his resignation last week.
He joined the Dynamites, who are among the exciting sides in the National First Division's Inland Stream, in 2002 as an administrative manager.
He was captured by the Giyani-based club after the demise of Ria Stars where he worked as a publicist for four years.
Matewe's move to Capricorn FM will see him rekindle good old memories of being behind the microphone.
He worked for a campus radio station at the University of Venda for Science and Technology as a sports presenter.
"It was a wonderful experience to work with an ambitious side of Dynamos' ilk," said Matewe yesterday.
"I have learnt a lot as an administrator and Pat Malabela (Dynamos' boss) and other officials were always there to support me. This club will always be close to my heart and I wish them all the best in their endeavour to reclaim their Premiership status."
July Malabela, Dynamos' chairman, said Matewe was a dedicated administrator who always put extra effort into his job. "We will miss him a lot for what he did for the club," Malabela said.
"We could not stand in his way to greener pastures. We wish him luck at his new job."