Orlando Pirates are top of the PSL at the moment and there is a lot of exciting news coming out of Mayfair.

Here we round up all the latest Sea Robbers news from the pages of TheSouthAfrican.com.

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The Orlando Pirates legend is again struck by criminal misfortune

It’s another sad day for Pirates legend Lucky Lekgwati.

The former skipper’s restaurant was robbed a year after the robbery.

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The former Pirates fan favorite has moved to an African club

Every PSL and Orlando Pirates fan should remember Sifiso Myeni.

The veteran attacking midfielder has moved to Botswana.

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DStv Premier League UPDATED

There have been some changes at the top of the DStv Premiership table.

Check out how things look after Wednesday night’s action.

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Coach Jose explains Lorh’s absence

Pirates midfielder Tembinkosi Lorch. Photo: OrlandoPiratesfc.co.za

Coach Jose Riveiro has explained his decision to drop Tembinkosi Lorch for Wednesday’s match against Maruma Gallants.

Lorch featured in each of the Pirates’ first five league matches, including coming on as a substitute against SuperSport United.

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Orlando Pirates fined 100,000 rand!

Orlando Pirates have just been fined an incredible 100,000 rand for their recent actions.

Find out why!

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The club takes 100 rand for the Chiefs, 80 rand for the Orlando Pirates

Kaizer Chiefs clearly attract more than Orlando Pirates despite the early difference in form and points going to the Sea Robbers side.

Cape Town City have confirmed they will charge 20 rand less per ticket when they take on Orlando Pirates, charging 100 rand for tickets to watch their win over Kaizer Chiefs.

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Pirates coach criticizes Bienvenue Eva Nga

Pirates coach Jose Riveiro has responded to growing concern from critics over the slow start to Bienvenue forward Eva Nga.

Yew Nga has struggled to make an impact as he adjusts to his arrival at Pirates, despite scoring a goal on his debut.

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