Judge Denise Fisher has granted the Premier Soccer League leave to appeal against her ruling in the matter involving Ajax Cape Town and Zimbabwean international, Tendai Ndoro.
Earlier this month, she set aside the award by advocate William Mukhari that Ajax should be docked points which resulted in the club being relegated automatically.
The PSL has successfully appealed the ruling in the Johannesburg High Court.
In another twist in the on-going saga, Ajax have withdrawn their application for an urgent interdict to stop the new league season from commencing next weekend.
It’s unclear at this stage what the club’s next step is going to be.
Meanwhile, Ajax Cape Town have withdrawn their urgent application against the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to interdict start of 2018/2019 Absa Premiership season.
The league will now begin as previously scheduled on Saturday 04 August.