His contract was terminated by mutual agreement in January 2015 after he had indicated that he wanted to return to South Africa, and he later revealed that his battles with injury and time on the bench had contributed to his decision.  Royal Eagles Having once again become a free-agent, Mayambela signed for National First Division side Royal Eagles on a four-month deal in February 2015.  He departed at the end of the season having made four appearances. Chippa United Following the expiration of his contract with Royal Eagles, Mayambela returned to the PSL when he signed a season-long deal with Port Elizabeth-based side Chippa United.  Just six months into his contract, however, the club agreed to release Mayambela in order to allow him to join SuperSport United, with SuperSport agreeing to buy out the remainder of his contract.
 Cape Town City On 1 October 2019, Mayambela signed for Cape Town City on a free transfer, after he was recommended to the club by former coach Benni McCarthy. He scored on his official debut later that day during a 2–1 defeat to AmaZulu.  The goal was later registered as an own goal. After finding himself more on the stands than on the pitch, he parted ways with the club at the end of January 2020.  Honours Club Premier Soccer League: 2010–11; 2011–12 MTN 8: 2010; 2011 Telkom Knockout: 2011–12 Nedbank Cup: 2010–11 Personal life Mark is the older brother of Mihlali Mayambela who is also a professional footballer currently playing in Portugal.
Bloem Celtic beat Cape Town CityKabelo Mahlasela scored a second half winner as Bloemfontein Celtic continued their fine start to the new campaign with a 1-0 victory over a much-changed Cape Town City at the Athlone Stadium on Tuesday night. Celtic were full value for their win and created the better chances in a game in which the home side saw plenty of the ball, but did little with it. City coach Benni McCarthy made eight changes to his side from the team that lost the MTN8 final to SuperSport United on Saturday, including resting skipper Robyn Johannes, right-back Thamsanqa Mkhize and striker Lehlohonolo Majoro. Goalkeeper Shu-Aib Walters dropped out of the squad altogether, while Vincent Kobola was named captain of the side.
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 Orlando Pirates Mayambela completed a transfer to Orlando Pirates on 27 July 2010, with Bennett Chenene joining Celtic as part of the deal.  He struggled in Soweto, though, and by January 2013 had only started two matches in his three years with Pirates.  He was linked with a move to Chippa United during the same month but the deal collapsed after he refused to sign a three-year contract, preferring to join on a six-month deal instead.  He made only one substitute appearance during the 2012–13 Premier Soccer League season following which Orlando Pirates elected to release him.
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Celtic coach Veselin Jelusic made three changes from the team that beat BidVest Wits 1-0 on October 1, with Wandisile Letlabika, Given Mashikinya and Jacky Motshegwa missing out. Celtic had the better of a cagey opening 15 minutes with forward Roggert Nyundu drilling a low shot just wide from the edge of the box with Sage Stephens in the home goal seemingly beaten. Stephens then had to be alert to deny Ndumiso Mabena from close-range as the visitors picked apart the home defence. It took almost half an hour for City to test Patrick Tignyemb in the Celtic goal as Ayanda Patosi’s thunderous drive from the edge of the box was only parried by the Cameroonian and Victor Obinna could not turn home the rebound as he failed to get a solid connection. Mabena tested Stephens again with a powerful shot after getting behind the City defence, but the keeper did well to beat away his effort and was then forced into action again when Deon Hotto’s free-kick was arrowing for the bottom corner as the teams went into the break goalless.
 Black Aces Mayambela officially joined Mpumalanga Black Aces in August 2013.  His time at the club was short-lived, however, as he departed by mutual consent in October after he and teammate Mkhanyiseli Siwahla were alleged to have arrived at training under the influence of alcohol. Both players were asked to undergo alcohol tests at a clinic, but they refused and were suspended pending a disciplinary hearing. Mayambela and Siwahla then failed to attend at the hearing and were subsequently released from their contracts.
 He made 10 appearances and scored twice during his time with the club.  SuperSport United Mayambela officially joined SuperSport United on 15 January 2016 and signed a three-and-a-half-year contract with the club.  Having been signed by Gordon Igesund, he struggled under new club-manager Stuart Baxter and made just four appearances for the club before once again being released.  Baxter later stated that Mayambela had fallen short of the club's standards both on and off of the pitch.
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 During his time at the club, Orlando Pirates lifted two PSL titles, two MTN 8 titles, and one each in the Nedbank Cup and Telkom Cups.  Following his release, Mayambela was linked with a move to an unnamed Turkish club and also trained with Moroka Swallows before signing a one-year deal with Mpumalanga Black Aces.
 Ajax Cape Town Following his release from SuperSport United, Mayambela signed as a free-agent for Ajax Cape Town.  He spent a solitary season at the club, making 24 appearances across all competitions.  Return to Chippa United Mayambela was released by Ajax after one season following which he re-signed for Chippa United in July 2017.  He scored his first goals since his return to the club on 4 February 2018, netting his first professional brace in a 3–3 draw with Platinum Stars.  The following season, he was named captain of the side.
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