Ndivhuwo was City’s second player to win this award which is voted for by the fans after Rodney Ramagalela did the same for October.
Ravhuhali won the award for his scorching goal he scored in a league match against AmaZulu in November. While players are collecting individual awards, the team has not been doing well as they are just a point above bottom placed Bidvest Wits.
“Yes our position on the log is worrying but we know that we are there because we have not been scoring goals. We play so well but just can’t seem to get the ball into the net. But the coach has been working on it for the past few weeks and we will get it right soon,” Ravhuhali told Phakaaathi.
He said their scoring problems will come to an end when they play Chippa United on Saturday.
“We are getting there and we seem to be able to score away so I hope RamaG (Ramagalela) and Rendani (Ndou) will make amends and do the right things up front,” he said.
The Chilli Boys also had their moment in the sun on Monday morning as their coach Teboho Moloi was crowned Coach of the Month with Mamelodi Sundowns’ Hlompho Kekana taking the Player of the Month for November.