Absa Premiership

Matovu waiting for his work permit

2015-07-21 09:21
Kaizer Chiefs (File)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs new Ugandan signing, Sula Matovu, is still waiting for his work permit from Home Affairs.

A Sport24 source close to the club said that the player could not be part of the team in Swaziland over the weekend during the Kings Cup because he doesn't have a work permit yet.

The source said it's over ten days now since the team applied for the midfielder's work permit but it's not out yet.

"Matovu is still waiting for his work permit," the source said.

"It has already been applied for but you know that the process has changed now and it takes a bit of time.

"But maybe by the end of this week he would have received his work permit.

"We will just have to wait. But by the time the season starts he would definitely have received it."

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