Orlando Pirates star’s wife in construction business

Orlando PiratesLesedi Kapinga probably knows the ins and outs on the world of construction. His wife Noluthando is in the business.


Players are often associated with home-based wives, but not always. Orlando Pirates’ 29-year-old Kapinga has a partner with her own business career. Noluthando is the director and founder of 𝐌𝐚𝐍𝐝𝐨𝐧𝐠𝐚 𝐈𝐧𝐧𝐨𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬. First established in, Vryheid, KwaZulu Natal, the enterprise was founded in 2019.

Noluthando Mkhwanazi climbing the construction business world. Images: @_unoluthando_/Instagram.


If anyone watched the Buccaneers in the past two seasons, you have noted the instability at right-back. Before the arrival of Thabiso Lebitso from Chippa United in January, the likes of Thabiso Monyane and Bandile Shandu failed to fully grab the opportunity to be Orlando Pirates’ number one right-back.

With Monyane still yet to master his timing, decision-making and balance, new reports say Stellenbosch FC’s Deano Van Rooyen is a big target, with Orlando Pirates willing to strike a swap deal.

“KickOff can reveal that Stellenbosch FC are targeting an Orlando Pirates defender as part of a swap deal that could see their captain Deano Van Rooyen joining the Buccaneers next season. Pirates are edging closer to signing Van Rooyen in a bid to reinforce their defence for next season,” the outlet reported.

“Now, Pirates are believed to have offered Thabiso Monyane to Stellies as part of a swap deal that could see Van Rooyen moving in the opposition direction next season.

“Pirates are desperate to sort out their right back position. The club has approached Stellenbosch for the services of Deano [Van Rooyen]. Stellies have also been interested in Monyane since last season and there could be a swap deal on the cards,” the report concluded.

Additionally, the Soweto giants are said to be keen on Polokwane City’s right-back’s 25-year-old Thabang Tholo Matuludi. “Polokwane City defender Thabang Matuludi is on the wanted list of Stellenbosch and Orlando Pirates,” Unplayable reported.


Orlando Pirates have already made two more big decisions to replace senior players in midfield. Newer reports say the Sea Robbers have signed the replacements.

Jose Riveiro’s team confirmed parting ways with two senior midfielders Fortune Makaringe and Thabang Monare last week. Not too long after that, Orlando Pirates reportedly signed Thalente Mbatha on a permanent deal.

According to SABC Sport, Mbatha’s former SuperSport United teammate, Selaelo Rasebotja has also put pen to papter to join Orlando Pirates.

Mbatha, who plays as a six, is Monare’s replacement, while Rasebotja, an eight, will take Makaringe’s place.


  • Teko Modise – Attacking Midfielder/ Forward
  • Katlego Mashego – Forward
  • Tico-Tico Bucuane – Forward
  • Daine Klate – Winger
  • Thandani Ntshumayelo – Central Midfielder
  • Edwin Gyimah – Central Defender
  • Kermit Erasmus – Forward
  • Patrick Masawanganyi – Attacking Midfielder
  • Thalente Mbatha – Central Midfielder.

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