Tuks players on national duty

The University of Pretoria Football Club has several senior and junior, male and female players who are on national duty during the months of June and July 2015. 

Senior Players Thabo Mnyamane and new signing Vukile Mngqibisa have been called up to the Bafana-Bafana squad that will face Mauritius in the return leg of the 2016 CHAN qualifier. Mnyamane made his debut for the senior national team in a friendly match against swaziland ealier in the year where he also scored his first goal for South Africa. Mngqibisa sealed his move from Polokwane City to AmaTuks during the January transfer window and will join the team's pre-season training only when he returns from national duty. The match is scheduled to take place on Sunday 05 July 2015, 13:00 (SA Time).

Striker Atusaye Nyondo of Malawi and defender Partson Jaure of Zimbabwe went head-to-head when their two countries met in a CAF Africa Cup of Nations qialifier ealier in June.

Five male players are part of the University Sport South Africa (USSA) team that will be representing South Africa at the World Student Games in Gwangju, South Korea. 

  • Botshelo Mfulwane (striker)
  • Lawrance Ntswane (Defender)
  • Robin Swartz (central midfielder)
  • Jerry Nkwana (Central Midfielder)
  • Lindsay Stowman (Right Wing)

Four female players who are part of the women's team at the world student games:

  • Jabulile Mazibuko (Central Midfielder and Defender)
  • Gloria Thato (Left Wing -Back)
  • Regina Mogolola (Center Back)
  • Lebogang Mabatle (Center Back)

A further three players are part of the USSA under 21 team that is competing in the SAB u21 national championships at the Giant Stadium in Soshanguve; 29 June - 04 July 2015.

  • Simbongile Njokwe (Center Back)
  • Richard Moremi (Right Wing)
  • Tebogo Galane (striker)

Simbongile has been named the captain of the USSA u21 team, while Tebogo Galane scored a hat trick in USSA's 3-1 win over North West in their opening game of the championsips.