Orlando Pirates youngster Relebohile Ratomo changes his last name.
According to UNPLAYABLE, the youngster will use his father’s last name starting next season.
He currently uses his mother’s last name, Ratomo, and will change to his father’s last name, Mofekeng, from next season.
The changes come after the 18-year-old had a wonderful season, both with the reserve and senior teams.
Ratomo was promoted to the senior back in April after scoring 9 goals and 13 assists in 20 games he played with the reserve team.
While also winning five man of the match accolades, which saw Jose Riveiro call him up to the senior team.
Upon his arrival, the youngster continued his purple run with a goal and an assist in the two games he has played for the senior team.
His form sees him in line to feature for Pirates this upcoming Saturday in the final of the Nedbank Cup.
The final will be played at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, Gauteng, and Ratomo is in line to start against Sekhukhune United.
Because Pirates coach is unlikely to make many changes to his side.