"We are going to Giyani; we do not have a venue. Here it's too expensive,'' said Sono, who wasn't keen to reveal why they cannot play at either Makhulong or Vosloorus Stadium.
"We cannot get to Makhulong and Vosloorus, but we do not know what's the problem there. We will go [to Giyani] for three games only for now; in the meantime we will be trying to find a home. If we get the support we want, we will stay there longer.''
He didn't reveal the costs.
Makhulong and Vosloorus arenas are managed by Ekurhuleni municipality. Municipal spokesperson Zweli Dlamini couldn't be reached for a comment.
Meanwhile, Cosmos have had an uninspiring start to the season, with three draws and a defeat. However, Sono sees no reason to press the panic button, insisting there's nothing to alter in their approach.
"To be honest, we are not going to change anything in our play, we are going to play the same way we play because if we didn't hit the post, if the keeper didn't make the saves, we could've won [against Kings].
"If it's not broken why fix it? So we are not going to fix it,'' Sono emphasised.
Ajax 3-2 Tshakhuma; Cosmos 1-2 Kings; FS Stars 1-1 Sporting; Uthongathi 5-1 Steenberg; Swallows 3-2 Eagles; Umoya 0-1 AmaTuks; JDR 3-1 Mbombela.