The South African Football Association (SAFA) has responded to allegations made by former SAFA CEO, Dennis Mumble, in a damning report he allegedly has compiled against the SAFA president, Danny Jordaan.
Do not take your eyes off the coronavirus pandemic and the precautionary measures. But there is a war brewing in local football, if information reaching SABC News is anything to go by, writes SABC Digital News Senior Producer, Sipho Kekana.
The suspension of football activities in South Africa due to the coronavirus is set to have huge financial consequences on the sport.
The South African Football Association has suspended all football matches in a bid to try and control the spread of the coronavirus. The organisation’s Danny Jordaan says the matches are suspended until the 4th of April.
Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa has given the go ahead for the PSL matches to be played behind closed doors during this period.