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Jacob Tshisevhe was born on 4 April, 1969 in Bungeni, South Africa.
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Tshisevhe owned a taxi business and a restaurant in Northam. He was a ball boy crew coach during the 2010 FIFA World Cup at Royal Bafokeng Stadium. He currently resides in Moruleng.
Tshisevhe made his international debut on 14 September 1996 against Kenya and his last match was on 11 February 1997 against Zambia. However his last call-up came in 2002 from Carlos Queiroz.
He joined Chiefs in 1993 after attending trials at Naturena. He joined from a team in the Bophutatswana Premier Soccer League. He made his debut on 23 February 1994 against D’Alberton Callies but he was sent off. He was signed by Mamelodi Sundowns as a free agent after winning a court case when Chiefs refused to release him when his contract expired. A week before their CAF Champions League semi final clash with Interclube Luanda, Angelo Tsichlas, a relative of Anastasia Tsichlas said: “The tall, gangly defender would add depth and experience to their squad.” He only played two league matches.
Around June 2002, Tshisevhe’s life was full of controversy. A Louis Trichardt man claimed that he caught his pregnant wife entertaining Tshisevhe at his house and suspected that they are in a relationship. The man found a Mamelodi Sundowns and a Black Leopards kit in their spare bedroom. The woman claimed that Tshisevhe would build her a house if she got divorce. Tshisevhe was also caught in child maintenance row where a 12-year-old Tsholofelo Masilo appealed to the Citypress newspaper that she was looking for her father who went by the name of “Jacob Tshisevhe” whom she last saw for the first and last time on 28 September 1994. Tshisevhe was previously ordered by the Lichtenburg maintenance court to pay R800 monthly.
Jacob Tshisevhe was born on 4 April 1969 at Bungeni village eka-Njhakanjhaka, Limpopo Province, South Africa. He was a South African football (soccer) defender who played for Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Black Leopards and Pietersburg Pillars