April 24, 1992
|Organization||Amazulu Football Club|
|Known for||Playing for many years for Amazulu F.C.|
Butholezwe Ncube is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for DStv premiership club Amazulu Football Club. Ncube can play either as a defensive midfielder or a central midfielder.
Ncube was born on 24 April 1992.
No information could be found on his Junior or High School, or any tertiary education.
In September 2018, Ncube signed a contract extension to keep him at Amazulu until 2022. He survived a massive clearout that was embarked by the club in June 2022.
Clubs Played For
Amazulu (2016-) Tsholotsho Pirates (2015-16)
National Team Caps
Ncube has represented Zimbabwe on several teams including in the Warriors' 0-2 loss to Zambia in the final 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on 29 March 2021.
He, however, failed to make the squad for the 2021 AFCON finals that were held in Cameroon in January and February 2022.
Ncube was awarded the Usuthu Spirit Award by Amazulu F.C on 02 August 2022. He received the award during the club’s awards ceremony for the 2021/22 season held at Umhlanga in Durban. It was in recognition of his loyalty and devotion to the club during the previous season.
- Ngqwele Dube Warriors midfielder in contract talks, Published: 04 July 2021, Retrieved 08 August 2022
- Ncube signs contract extension with Amazulu, Published: 30 September 2018, Retrieved 08 August 2022
- Butholezwe Ncube, Published: No Date was given, Retrieved 08 August 2022
- Afcon 2021: A Zimbabwe squad is named despite threat of a Fifa ban, Published: 29 December 2021, Retrieved 08 August 2022
- Tafadzwa Chigandiwa Devotion and loyalty earns Warriors midfielder Buthoe Ncube award in SA, Published: 03 August 2022, Retrieved 08 August 2022