The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
National First Division outfit Black Leopards's fairy-tale in the Nedbank Cup is over and this will be formalised at the Peter Mokaba Stadium tomorrow.
This is according to Moroka Swallows right-back Vincent "Stop Nonsense" Kobola on the eve of their semifinal clash at 8pm.
It will be Swallows's second match at Peter Mokaba in this competition after brushing aside amateur side Peace Lovers 4-0 in the last-16 round.
"We are going there with the mentality that we are playing against a Premiership side, like we did against Peace Lovers," said Kobola. "Leopards are a big team with an array of excellent quality players with massive Premiership and international experience.
"Any club that is through to the semifinals deserves to be treated with respect, we cannot afford to slip up now with only one game to go before the final.
"I have never featured in any cup final in my life and nor have some of the other youngsters and senior players in our team.
"We have to win on Saturday night and go all the way to the final and clinch the title as a big thank you to MaSwaiSwai [their fans] for rallying behind the team.
"We are looking forward to going to the African Confederation Cup, the only way for us to qualify is to win Ke Yona."
Lidoda Duvha star player Jabulane Maluleke does not believe that they have reached the end of the road in Ke Yona.
"No ways, we want to become the second club in the First Division to play in the final," countered Maluleke. "We believe in our ourselves, we have to do it for the people of Limpopo and our fans in other parts of the country for being there for us."
First Division side Mpumalanga Black Aces reached last year's final where they lost 1-0 to Mamelodi Sundowns.