| Andries Khehla Mpondo|
| Moroka Swallows|
| (1963-01-22) 22 January 1963 (age 52)|
Meadowlands, South Africa
Andries Mpondo Wikipedia
Andries "Chaka Chaka" Mpondo (born 22 January 1963) is a retired South Africann football (soccer) striker who played for Moroka Swallows his whole career.
Mpondo played for Roman Rangers and Meadowlands Inter African Eleven as a teenager. He attended Daliwonga High School and Kelokitso High School with Doctor Khumalo and Marks Maponyane in Dube.
He was signed for R20 000 after Fetsi Molatedi left for Chiefs for a record breaking R 45 000. He was the first player to score at the newly builty FNB Stadium on 2 September 1989, beating new Kaizer Chiefs and former Manchester United goalkeeper Gary Bailey. By his retirement in 1996 he played 395 matches for Swallows.