Millions intended to be spent on the health needs of Eastern Cape residents have gone missing from d.
WITH the Absa Premiership won by SuperSport United for the third season in a row, Kaizer Chiefs have the Telkom Knockout Cup in their sights.
Coach Vladimir Vermezovic described Chiefs as a big club that cannot end the season empty-handed.
He was speaking after the draw for the Telkom Knockout Cup yesterday. Amakhosi were drawn against Santos.
"We are looking forward to doing well not only against Santos but in the entire tournament," said the Serbian, who has been charged by the league for storming on to the pitch during Chiefs' league match against Mpumalanga Black Aces last Wednesday.
He will appear before the disciplinary committee next week Monday, Zola Majavu, the PSL prosecutor, confirmed yesterday.
Back to the Telkom Cup, which has been dubbed "Ziwa Mo En Mo in 2010", Santos, the People's Team, warned that Chiefs won't get beyond the last-16 stage.
Meanwhile, heartbreakers Orlando Pirates were drawn with Bloemfontein Celtic.
"Playing Celtic is always tough," said coach Ruud Krol, while his opposite number Owen da Gama said they hope to repeat what they did to Pirates in the same tournament last season.
Defending champions Ajax Cape Town will play Moroka Swallows at home.
The tournament will start on March 13 with the final scheduled for April 10.
The 16 Premiership clubs will be minus the Bafana Bafana players who will be in Brazil to prepare for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
The rest of the draw:
Bidvest Wits vs Jomo CosmosMpumalanga Black Aces vs SuperSport United
AmaZulu vs Maritzburg United
Free State Stars vs Mamelodi Sundowns
Lamontville Golden Arrows vs Platinum Stars.