Wits push for the R7m Ke Yona prize in swansong season

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Gavin Hunt says Bidvest Wits will be professional in their swansong
Gavin Hunt says Bidvest Wits will be professional in their swansong
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After months of uncertainty, local football is finally back. However, both the Absa Premiership and the GladAfrica NFD will resume without fans due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The eagerly anticipated resumption will start with a Nedbank Cup semifinal double-header at Orlando Stadium on Saturday. Baroka will take on Bloemfontein at 2pm, while Mamelodi Sundowns face Bidvest Wits at 7pm.

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