| 22 May 1970|
| Pollen Dumisani Ndlanya|Pollen Ndlanya Wikipedia
Pollen Ndlanya (born 22 May 1970 in Daveyton) is a retired South African footballer who played as a striker.
He played for Kaizer Chiefs, Manning Rangers, Bursaspor, Göztepe, Amazulu and Orlando Pirates.
He also played for South Africa national football team at the 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup.
After training with Chiefs for 2 hours Jeff Butler recommended that Ndlanya should be signed. He was spotted by Ryder Mofokeng at the Toyota U21 Championship in the Daveyton Highlanders vs Kaizer Chiefs match in 1991. He scored a header on debut against Pretoria Callies. His second spell at Chiefs after Manning Rangers proved to be more productive where he scored 9 goals in 2 games, 5 against Manning Rangers and 4 against Total Aces.
He had had difficulty coping in Turkey he couldn't communicate with teammates but only his coach and South African teammate, Gordon Mill and Fani Madida.
He is a head coach in the Vodacom League and owns a furniture business in Daveyton, Ideal Method Furnishers. He also hosts the Pollen Festive Games annually.