Monday marks marks Freedom Day in South Africa, that celebrates the dawn of democracy 26-years-ago, but this year there won’t be public celebrations as the coronavirus pandemic has forced people indoors.
In March Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa announced an R150 million relief fund to help ease the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis on the livelihood of those in the sporting and cultural sectors.
Some soccer enthusiasts in Limpopo say any decision which will be taken by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) on how the 2019-2020 PSL season should end will not satisfy everyone.
The Premier Soccer League has agreed to continue with the suspension of its programme in both divisions, the elite league and the Glad Africa Championship indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Deputy Minister of Health Joe Phaahla says the ball is in the Premier Soccer League’s (PSL) court to make a decision about their programme going forward after they met this afternoon.