Our congratulations are in order for Ajax Cape Town for grabbing the Telkom Knockout cup on Saturday night.
And, soccer devotees from KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of the country who attended the match at Chatsworth Stadium should also be commended.
They made the atmosphere electric at this 22 000-seater arena.
It was also good to see Ajax's die-hards travelling from Cape Town and Johannesburg to give The Urban Warriors an extra spur.
This shows that the management of Ajax, their marketing department, including PRO Thabiso "Shooz" Mekuto, are selling the club to the people well.
I was also highly impressed with how the side's boss, John Comitis, interacted with supporters at the stadium and at the hotel after the match.
They shook hands and hugged as Comitis listened to them.
It shows that supporters have a significant role to play and are encouraged by the acknowledgment they get from their club management.
And what better way to thank the fans than by winning a major trophy.
People associate with winners.
To the Ghost I say "don't despair". But, I have realised some disturbing attitude by the Ghost lately.
They don't sing and blow vuvuzelas when the team is trailing. Their silence has not been helping the team to recover. They must take a cue from Siwelele who always dance and sing whether Bloemfontein Celtic is trailing by one goal or three.
They might have lost but there are a number of Pirates' supporters who have confidence in the management of the club.
It was evident at the Durban International Airport when the Ghost commended their chairman Irvin Khoza for his continued effort to transforming the team.
It was the same when Khoza arrived at the OR Tambo International Airport yesterday.
He also had time to listen to supporters as they came up with some suggestions and he promised that it was not the end of Pirates.
If they recover, we'll wait for their next outing.