The squad will go to camp on 9 April and the coach will announce his final AFCON-bound team on 15 April.
Takalani Mzhawana (Kaizer Chiefs), Gennaro Johnson (Cape Town Spurs), Kyle Jansen (Atlanta United, USA)
Khosa Manyama (Cape Town Spurs), Gabriano Shelton (Liverpool, England), Keitumetsi Lesia, Benjamin Wallace, Neo Rapoo (all SuperSport United), Waylon Renecke (Norwich, England), Bonginkosi Phala (Getafe, Spain), Thato Sibiya, Vincent Sithole (both Mamelodi Sundowns), Tyler Cecero (Stellenbosch)
Xolani Tshaka (Orlando Pirates), Sfiso Timba, Vicky Mkhawana (both Kaizer Chiefs), Gomolemo Kekana (TS Galaxy), Aphelele Mkhize (Maritzburg United), Xavier Jodamus (Ubuntu Academy), Thuto Mojanang (Feyenoord, Holland), Dhakier Lee (Cape Town Spurs)
Michael Dokumnu (Vitesse, Holland), Orifha Bright Naubelo (Capital City), Bennet Mokoena, Siyabonga Mabena (both Mamelodi Sundowns), Aaron Sloch Rydell (Nordsjaelland, Denmark), Gabriel Amato (Cape Town City), Lucas Jetten (Ajax Amsterdam, Holland), Tyrese Davids (Supersport United), Ofentse Kgosana (Kaizer Chiefs)
This year’s U17 AFCON tournament will be held in Algeria from 29 April to 19 May and South Africa are pitted against Nigeria, Morocco and Zambia in Group B.
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