Theophilus 'Doctor' Khumalo, born 26 June 1967, is a well known football personality in South Africa. A stylish midfielder with sublime skills and wonderful passing ability, Khumalo was capped 50 times by his country, scoring on nine occasions. He famously scored South Africa's first international goal against Cameroon in 1992, following the country's re-admission to FIFA.
Khumalo was part of the 1996 CAF African Cup of Nations winning team, and he also represented South Africa in the 1998 FIFA World Cup™ in France. Khumalo was voted South African footballer of the year in 1992.
At club level he remained loyal to his first club, Kaizer Chiefs, who gave him his first break when he started playing for the junior side in 1986. Khumalo appeared a total 380 games for the country's most popular club Kaizer Chiefs, scoring 74 goals. He also played for Columbus Crew in the United States and for Argentina's Ferrocaril Oeste.
After retiring from playing in 2004, Khumalo turned his hand to coaching and is currently coach of the Kaizer Chiefs under-17 team.