Media Statement
 
01 November 2019
 
For immediate release
 
Moses Mabhida Stadium Will Be Hosting the Telkom Knockout Quarter Final Match
 
On 2 November 2019, Moses Mabhida Stadium will be hosting the Telkom Knockout quarter final soccer match between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. Gates will open from 11h00. The game will start at 15h00 and finish at 17h00.
 
 The following road closures will be implemented:
 
 1.Masabalala Yengwa Avenue (North and south bound) and Isaiah Ntshangase Road.
 2.Masabalala Yengwa Avenue (South and North) and Battery beach Road.
 3. Battery Beach Road at the entrance to Mustering Field/swimming pools.
 4. Battery Beach Road and Suncoast Boulevard.
 5. Masabalala Yengwa Avenue (North bound) and Sandile Thusi on ramp.
 6. Sandile Thusi Road on ramp to Masabalala Yengwa Avenue.
 7. Isaiah Ntshangase Road and Umgeni Road.
 8 Umgeni Road and Innes Road.
 9.Masabalala Yengwa Avenue and Smiso Nkwanyana Road.
 
 Motorists are advised to avoid the above mentioned roads.
 
 The public are advised to utilise parking in the following areas:
 
 Swimming pools parking and the Natal Command North Beach.
 The following items are prohibited at the match:
 Any type of weapons, firearms, ammunition and knives
 Any form of alcohol- cans and glass bottles.
 
 Issued by Durban Metropolitan Police Service