Kaizer Motaung Sr. has reportedly taken a back seat at Amakhosi.
Kaizer Chiefs chairman Dr. Kaizer Motaung Sr. has reportedly stepped down from running the Soweto giants, Amakhosi. The famous administrator shared the news following his induction into the South African Hall Of Fame.
He said during the celebratory lunch at the FNB Stadium that he’s officially retiring from club administration. He said,
“I believe what my son said makes sense because I have now given over the baton to them to continue the journey. So it is the responsibility on their shoulders. And I can only stand on the wayside to support them in whatever way they would like to do, to support their initiative to ensure that this brand continues to grow by leaps and bounds.”
“You wanted this institution to be an institution of excellence. We know in the last eight years there’s been a lot of hard work and turmoil, but the excellence that you’ve begun needs to be found again,”
“We promise from every person who is privileged and honoured to still wear that badge that we give everything we can, to do your legacy and the legacy of every single legend justice and respect it deserves.”
“We thank you very much for the genuine person you are and for the impacts you’ve had on this country, the world, and also for years to come.
“We thank you for your impact. We thank you, we love you and we wish you many, many years ahead so that you can contribute to the fabric of this country.”