Zulu Royals are still challenging their relegation from the Castle Premiership League and will be taking their case to the High Court.
The Usuthu are arguing that Ajax Cape Town, who finished as runners-up last season, should be thrown out of the Castle Premiership because they did not register Dikulu Bageta.
"We have taken our case to the High court about Dikulu and we feel that Ajax Cape Town should have all their points that they got while using Dikulu deducted and that will see Royals back in the top league," Royals' public relations officer Chris Mouthwash told SASoccer365.com.
He said the Durban-based team is currently preparing for their return into the Castle Premiership or the MVela Golden League, whichever comes first.
"While the management is busy with the court case, the players have been training under new coach Zambian Kegan Mumbo who was coaching Dynamos in Zimbabwe.
"We have also signed Zimbabwean international midfielder Alias Martian from Highlanders. We want to leave no stone unturned when we finally play our first competitive match," he said.
Mumbo left Dynamos in the middle of the season last week after the infighting that have been rocking the once feared Zimbabwean football club.
Mouthwash also revealed that Zulu Royals still have no idea over the whereabouts of star striker Jackie Ledwaba, who has failed to return from the off-season holiday..
"Jackie have not reported back to the club, but we understand that he wanted to find out what was going to happen to the club but we expect him any time from now," added Mouthwash.
The PRO also said that only Silver Stars had approached them for the service of the top goal scorer last season, but they we told that the striker was not for sale.