Bafana doctor explains Covid protocols ahead of camp

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Bafana team doctor Thulani Ngwenya. Picture: Sydney Seshibedi / Gallo Images
Bafana team doctor Thulani Ngwenya. Picture: Sydney Seshibedi / Gallo Images

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Bafana Bafana will go into a bio-bubble camp from for their upcoming international friendly matches against Namibia and Zambia in Rustenburg in North West.

The national team will hold their first camp since the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic outbreak in the build-up to the fixture against Namibia on Thursday and Zambia on Sunday.

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