NFD: Transfers to watch out for

The development of young talent and the energy these players bring is a major part of the NFD, but so too are the more experienced heads.
 
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Royal Eagles
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Mthatha Bucks
FC Cape Town
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CT All StarsAfrican Warriors11 September, 15:00
Athlone Stadium
SantosThanda Royal12 September, 15:00
Athlone Stadium
AmaZuluRoyal Eagles12 September, 15:00
Princess Magogo Stadium
 
Thabiso Kutumela (Baroka FC)
Thamsanqa Ngema (African Warriors)
Bornwell Mwape (AmaZulu)
Carl Lark (Santos)
Lesvin Stoffels (Milano United AFC)
Roggert Nyundu (Black Leopards)
Muziwandile Khwela (African Warriors)
Gregory Roelf (Milano United AFC)
Nkane Zwane (Mthatha Bucks)
Jonathan Armogam (Vasco)
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The restructured NFD is divided into two streams, one inland and another coastal - each of which consists of 8 teams. The winners of the two streams will play against each other in a 'final' at the end of the season - the victor of which will be promoted to the PSL.