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Clubs continue to reinforce their sides in an attempt to lay down a marker for the new season.
JOHANNESBURG - With the Premier Soccer League (PSL) set to resume in two weeks, clubs have continued to reinforce their sides in an attempt to lay down a marker for the 2014/2015 season.
Mpumalanga Black Aces on Friday announced the signing of SuperSport United defensive midfielder Edwin Gyimah.
The 23-year-old was expected to only join the club on loan, as his contract with SuperSport was due to end in 2017.
But Aces have now secured his services on a long-term contract.
SuperSport may have lost a midfielder anchor but have reinforced their striking department with the purchase of former Platinum Stars forward Thabani Mthembu on a long-term deal.
The 20-year-old was attached to Stars last season but did not have his contract renewed after falling to secure his spot in Allan Freese's starting eleven.
In other player moves, Richard Henyekane secured a permanent transfer to Free State Stars after failing to secure a place in the Mamelodi Sundowns first team.
Henyekane spent last season on loan at Stars, where he played a vital role in saving them from relegation.
Meanwhile, Ajax Cape Town secured the services of young midfielder Travis Graham for another four years.
The 21-year-old spent the last nine months on the sidelines due to injury.
PSL newcomers Chippa United signed former Thanda Royal Zulu Captain Chris Komane on three-year deal.
Komane becomes the sixth signing for the club following the captures of Manti Moholo, William Twala, Joseph Molangoane, Siyabonga Zulu and Bheki Nzunga.
For Bloemfontein Celtic, major movements are happening at boardroom level where the new owners have made a change to the post of Managing Director.
The Tshabalala family, who took over the club last week, announced Rali Ramabodu as the new Managing Director.
Incumbent Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Khumbulani Konco will stay on in his current position.
Ramabodu is a former CEO of third division side Roses United and General Manager of Polokwane City.
Chabeli Motsamai will keep his position as the Chief Operations Officer, with the new owners looking to maintain continuity in the staff.
The Tshabalala family takes over ownership of the club from Jimmy Augousti.
Augousti has been in charge of the club since 2001 after taking over from Ntate Molemela.