|Full name||Nhlanhla Vilakazi|
|Date of birth||25 February 1987|
|Place of birth||Wattville, South Africa|
|Playing position||Left wingback / Left winger|
|Free State Stars|
|Wattville Watford Brothers|
|2010–2013||Ajax Cape Town||38||(1)|
|2015–||Free State Stars||15||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 August 2016.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 13 February 2011
Nhlanhla Vilakazi (born 25 February 1987) is a South African professional footballer, who currently plays as either a left midfielder or left back for Premier Soccer League club Free State Stars.
Transferring to Bay United from Golden Arrows on 28 January 2009 for an undisclosed amount midway through the season, finishing the season, and playing in the 2009–10 season, he made a total of 6 appearances for the club. However the team did not fare well, and the end of the season would see Bay United relegated to the National First Division.
Ajax Cape Town
Vilakazi transferred once more on 1 July 2010, this time to Ajax Cape Town, where he is currently playing. On 14 January 2013 Ajax Cape Town announced that Vilakazi had signed a pre-contract with Maritzbur United as he entered the last six months of his spell at the Cape outfit.
On 14 January 2013 Ajax Cape Town announced that Vilakazi had signed a pre-contract with Maritzburg United as he entered the last six months of his spell at the Cape outfit and the club decided against their option of extending his stay.
Free State Stars
- Ajax Cape Town
- 2010 Telkom Knockout: Finalist
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- Crann, Joe (18 November 2015). "Stars Snap Up Vilakazi". Soccer Laduma.
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