• slide1
  • slide2
  • slide3
  • slide4
slide11 slide22 slide33 slide44


Our Vision
  • To partner with organisations, both locally and abroad to roll out projects that will uplift the South African society especially the youth and disadvantaged communities.


Our Mission
  • To use the power and influence of football to empower, teach and develop individuals that will contribute positively to their communities. This will be done through coaching, mentoring and life-skills training.


Our Values
  • Football is more than a sport, it is a tool that can uplift, educate and improve good health, teach life-skills, reduce crime and motivate people.






ama logo




Stalemate in Durban North juniorsí derby



The budding future Usuthu heroes stood their ground on Sunday, 25 May 2014, at Riverside Sports Ground in their respective Durban Central LFA age group matches against rivals Riverside FC.

The AmaZulu U13s were beaten 2-1 by the Riverside U13s in the opening encounter which was played at 09h00.

Decisiveness in front of goal was one of the few contributing factors which led to coach Sazi Ngubaneís young troops not being able to score ample goals to force a positive result against the Riverside U13 side. Damien Pillay scored AmaZuluís goal.

Next were the AmaZuluís U15 players, who received one of their most endearing lessons in their young football experience as they were held 5-5 by Riversideís U15 team. The home team came from 5-1 down in the second half to salvage a point in true never-say-die fashion.

Phytides Marco bagged himself a hat-trick in the first half when the young Usuthu were in the driving seat while Badat Tarig scored a brace.

The heat of the winter midday could not dampen the exciting performance the AmaZulu U17s were determined to dish up in an effort to salvage some pride for their more junior peers.

Left-footed forward sensation Dylon Stoffel opened the scoring six minutes into kick-off with a header when he latched onto a cross from the right-wing before blasting two more goals later to round up his hat-trick.

Thulani Mkhwanazi, who had come on from the benc,h powered home a right-footed scorcher right after the halftime break.

A rare attack by the home side yielded a consolidation goal for Riverside in the second half after they had been kept at bay by a brilliant Alex Phytides between the sticks for Usuthu.

Luthando Qwabe also got onto the score sheet before setting up a penalty when he was brought down in the box by the Riverside defence. Graham Pratt converted the spot kick with ease to make it 6-1.



HTML Comment Box is loading comments...



Latest News

Durban Premier Skills proves a success

Sugar Ray Xulu Benefit Day serves purpose

AmaZulu Community Trust in support of World Read Aloud Day


Dladla family gets the perfect Christmas gift

AmaZulu Community Trust donates groceries to Cato Crest families

KZN Future Stars to lighten up KwaDukuza

KZN Future Stars to sweep Zululand and KwaDukuza

AmaZulu FC Soccer Camp

The AmaZulu Community Trust Launches KZN Future Stars program

Image caption: (l-r) Lunga Sokhela, General Manager of AmaZulu, Manqoba Bhengu, Mazwi Mkhize, SAFA KZN and Steve Barker, coach of AmaZulu during the AmaZulu Community Trust Launch KZN Future Stars in Moses Mabhida Stadium Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal on 10 February 2016 ©Muzi Ntombela/

Meet the Corporate Charity Challenge champs

Meet the Corporate Charity Challenge champs


Exciting final for Community Charity Challenge

Exciting final for Community Charity Challenge


All systems go for Corporate Charity Challenge

All systems go for Corporate Charity Challenge


Usuthu commemorate World Aids Day

Usuthu commemorate World Aids Day


AmaZulu U17s ready for Engen Champ of Champs

Defy Schools Challenge hits Mndantsane


Defy Schools Challenge hits Mndantsane

Defy Schools Challenge hits Mndantsane


Build It tournament leaves good impression

Build It tournament leaves good impression


Usuthu to challenge for Engen KO

Usuthu to challenge for Engen KO


Stalemate in Durban North juniors derby

corp challenge


Chief Luthayi win Rainbow Chicken Schools Challenge

corp challenge


Top school talent in Hammarsdale

corp challenge


Spar DC II wins Corporate Charity Challenge

corp challenge


Corporate Challenge thriller on Monday

corp challenge


AmaZulu Community Trust presents the CCC



AmaZulu wish Vivian Reddy a happy birthday



Defy School's Program reaches Mdantsane




Newsletter sign up

Our Sponsors

en bui sp defyrainbet

Our Partners

linerkia chal