South Africa Player of the Week: George Maluleka - Kaizer Chiefs

Maluleka has been given a more attacking role at Chiefs this season, and he repaid Stuart Baxter with two important goals this past weekend
South Africa Player of the Week
George Maluleka
AGE 25
POSITION Midfielder
TEAM Kaizer Chiefs
Platinum Stars 0-2 Kaizer Chiefs

Maluleka stole the show with a second half brace against Platinum Stars as AmaKhosi took a giant step toward their first MTN 8 final in six years. The former SuperSport United player has been underfire with the Chiefs fans especially after missing two penalties that saw them surrender their Carling Black Label Cup title to Orlando Pirates at the beginning of this season. However, he'd hope to have made amends with those goals. 

Congratulations to George Maluleka, Goal's 75th South Africa Player of the Week winner!
Honourable Mention

Oupa Manyisa - Orlando Pirates

Manyisa scored twice to salvage a point away to Bloem Celtic last week Wednesday. Those goals took him to the top of the goalscoring charts with three goals from the two league games. He continues to excel in his new role as Bucs number 10.

Kamohelo Mokotjo - FC Twente
The 23-year-old Mokotjo needed no second invitation as he opened his FC Twente account in front of his home fans with a 45th minute strike against ADO Den Haag on Saturday. He's proved to be one of the best SA players currently plying their trade in Europe.
Lerato Chabangu - Moroka Swallows 

The dreadlocked attacker was again decisive as he came off the bench to score yet another winner for the Dube Birds against AmaZulu last Wednesday. That was Chabangu's second goal in as many games and his experience has helped Zeca Marques' side to top of the PSL log after just two games.

Each week our team of writers will put forward a selected candidate, as chosen by South Africa, who deserves recognition for achieving something special that matchday.

You can also help us choose a worthy recipient of the weekly accolade by leaving your nominations and comments. Your suggestions will be taken into consideration.

It won't necessarily be the best player in the country - at least not usually - but whoever we crown will have accomplished something amazing. It might be for a particularly awesome performance or for something praiseworthy off the pitch - either way, the person in question deserves special attention...