The Amakhosi captain was stretchered off the pitch during his team's goalless draw on Saturday after suffering what appeared to be a concussion.
In his absence, Edmore Chirambadare took the golves and played as a goalkeeper for the remaining minutes simply because Komphela had already made three substitutions.
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Komphela cannot afford to lose any of his current squad members, especially Khune, who has been one of the club's consistent performers in recent weeks.
Chiefs already have a few of their important players missing through injury, and Komphela has had to improvise to keep the ship sailing.
The news will also come as a huge relief for Stuart Baxter ahead of Bafana Bafana's 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifier against Burkina Faso on October 7.
Khune missed Bafana's previous two matches [against Cape Verde Islands] after he was hospitalized with a chest infection.