Who owns the most shares in Kaizer Chiefs?

Kazier Chiefs Football Club is one of the top soccer clubs in South Africa, as it is known for its many wins in the Premier Soccer League. Throughout the years, the team has asserted dominance in most of the matches, earning them many fans in the country. The team has been so successful that it has been given the nickname Amakhosi meaning Lords. Here is everything you need to know about the Club, its owners, players, and new signings.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 So, who owns Kazier Chiefs? Well, Kazier Motaung, popularly known as Chincha Guluva, is the founder of Kazier Chiefs F.C., and he is also the chairman and managing director. He is a former South African football player for the Atlanta Chiefs, and he formed the Club in 1970 after he came back from the United States. Chincha Guluva founded the Kazier Chiefs football club on January 6th, 1970, to keep the promise he made to himself and the players out there that he would start a club that was professionally run, and most importantly, its players would be treated well and paid as they were promised.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         This decision came after he came home to settle a dispute for his former team the Orlando Pirates between the coach and three of the team’s players. He came up with the name of the football club by joining his name with that of his former team, the Atlanta chiefs. However, he was not alone in forming the football Club; he had the help of Gilbert Segakabi, Clarence Mlokoti, and China Ngema. The Amakhosi headquarters are in Naturena, Johannesburg. This year in March, Amakhosi announced that it would be releasing the midfielder George Maluleka after his contract with the team expired. Maluleka has since joined Mamelodi Sundowns. Joseph Molangoane and Kabelo Mahlasela also parted ways with the team. The chiefs renewed deals with three of its players: Bryon Peterson, Siphelele Ntshangase, and Phliani Zulu.

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