Meyiwa has been out of Chiefs since October last year after being involved in a car accident.
The 19-year-old midfielder will be released from the hospital to return home to Pietermaritzburg where he will receive additional care.
Chiefs football manager Bobby Moton confirmed that the midfielder was unable to continue his football career because he was in a wheelchair after an accident.
It is not known whether or not he will be able to walk again.
Motaung said the club would continue to support the player when he wanted to restore his life. Meyiwa was promoted to the club's first team with coach Steve Kompheli after his impressive impression at MultChoice Diski Challenge with Amakhosi.
"It is unfortunate and it has not been easy for him. We wanted to end speculation and call on our supporters to support him. Disability is something outside of everyone. We are talking about support at this time, ”said Motaung at a press conference on Thursday afternoon at Naturen. “We will take a step-by-step approach. We are developing them to give them a platform. He will still be part of us. ”
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