The South African club is coming to Nigeria to battle for qualification with a 25-man delegation ahead of their round of 16 first leg clash with the Wolves on April 29
Former Heartland striker Joshua Obaje has been included in the delegation of Black Leopards that will take on Warri Wolves in the first leg of the Caf Confederation Cup round of 16 game on April 29 at the Warri City Stadium.
Obaje joined the South African side two seasons ago after helping Heartland to the final of the Caf Champions League which they lost to TP Mazembe.
The Black Leopards will arrive in the country on Thursday April 26 with a 25-man delegation.
According to a mail sent to the management of Wolves signed by Zanele Twala, the international affairs administrator of the South African Football Association, the delegation will touch down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos aboard South African Airways flight SA 60 at about 19hrs 20mins.
The delegation will be led Mr. Khorombi Nemavhola.
Meanwhile, Caf has appointed Senegalese match officials for the encounter. According to the list, the centre referee is Ousmane Fall, Assistant Referee 1 Diakhate Moussa, Assistant Referee 2 Thiare Mamadou Faililou, Reserved Referee Gueye Daouda, while the Match Commissioner will be Inyangi Bokinda from the Democratic Republic of Congo.