The National Executive Committee of Safa will meet in Durban on Saturday, and the suspension of five senior members following allegations of match fixing will top the agenda. Safa President Kirsten Nematandani, chief operations officer Dennis Mumble, as well as Bafana Bafana team manager Barney Kujane were suspended on Monday, after a match-fixing report was released by Fifa following months of investigations. The matches in question are four international friendlies played in 2010 prior to the Fifa World Cup in South Africa. Nematandani and the other four individuals were suspended following a meeting of the Safa Emergency Committee on Sunday. Some of them are said to be unhappy with the haste with which the decision was made. Meanwhile, some Bafana Bafana players are assembling in Johannesburg tonight. They will all travel to Durban tomorrow for a short training camp ahead of Saturday’s match against Malawi. National men’s under-23 manager Levy Ramajoe has been appointed caretaker manager of Bafana Bafana, following the suspension of Kujane. Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says he’s awaiting a report from Safa Vice President Mwelo Nonkonyane regarding the suspension of Nematandani and the four other administrators over the scandal.