11. Siphosakhe Ntiyantiya Salary – R60,000 per Month
In January 2018, he was promoted to the first team of Kaizer Chiefs after impressing on the reserve squad.
On 6 January 2018, he made his first appearance for the club, coming on as a substitute in a 0–0 tie with SuperSport United.
Manager Steve Komphela expressed his delight at the player’s debut “I think he did a good job; he was really calm and intelligent while on the field. In every situation, he chooses the more advantageous option.” While playing with Kaizer Chiefs in his first season as a senior footballer, he made a total of two league appearances.
Ntiya-Ntiya participated in nineteen league games for the Chiefs during the 2018–19 season, which was a significant increase in his playing time.
Ntiya-Ntiya expressed his delight after the team’s first four league games in all competitions “It’s a wonderful sensation. The technical staff, as well as the players, have all assisted me in settling in.”
In August 2019, he agreed to a three-year contract deal with the club, which will keep him at the club until the summer of 2023.
A 1–0 victory over Black Leopards on August 10th was his first appearance of the season. It was their second encounter of the season. Ntiya-Ntiya announced his desire to play for Kaizer Chiefs in August of this year, saying “I believe that the Kaizer Chiefs and only the Kaizer Chiefs will win the league. The goal is to be the champion of the league.” The 2019–20 season saw him make 16 league appearances as Kaizer Chiefs finished second in the South African Premier Division, only missing out on the league title on the final day of the competition.
10. Siyabonga Ngezana Salary – R60,000 per Month
Before the start of the new season, Siyabonga Ngezana joined the Kaizer Chiefs first team in August 2016.
The 25-year-old defender joined the team from the Amakhosi juniors and immediately established himself as the team’s new face at the back. He has made a number of appearances for the reserve team in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge, where he has established himself as a crucial member of Athur Zwane’s squad. Ngezana, who can play at centre-half or right-back, is capable of playing in either position.
He has also represented the South African national football team at the international level.
9. Lazarous Kambole Salary – R120,000 per MonthKambole joined the Glamour Boys on a three year deal after football manager Bobby Motaung agreed to the deal with Zesco Chief Executive Officer Richard Mulenga.
According to reports in Zambia, Kambole receives a salary of close to R120 000 a month which will drop slightly after taxes.
This figure does not include incentives and bonuses inserted into his contract.
8. Leonardo Castro Salary : R180,000 per month
The lanky forward left the Brazilians for Amakhosi two seasons ago and he looks set to be lost to the Naturena outfit at the end of the season. Leonardo Castro’s future at Kaizer Chiefs is still hanging in the balance as he is yet to agree on a new deal with the club.
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7. Eric Matoho Salary : R220,000 per month
Eric Matoho’s partnership with Daniel Cardoso at the heart of Kaizer Chiefs defence has been central to the club’s success this season.
“Tower” Mathoho has committed the prime of his career to Chiefs and has been rewarded with a more than decent salary of R220,000.
6. Bernard Parker Salary : R300,000 per month
Parker returned to South African football in 2011 after a frustrating bid to break into European football ended with his release from Dutch club FC Twente. He has nonetheless proved valuable to Kaizer Chiefs who have offered the player several extensions and helped him get back into the Bafana Bafana frame.
Taking home R300,000 a month makes Parker one of the Top 10 Highest-Paid Footballers at Kaizer Chiefs Currently.