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Kirsten Nematandani has congratulated Orlando Pirates on their triumph in the CAF Champions League, after Bucs eliminated African giants, TP Mazembe, from the tournament. According to the Soccer-Laduma website , Pirates lost their away tie 1-0 on
The SA Football Association (Safa) is short on resources and will need to increase revenue streams and tighten belts, according to the body's CEO, Dennis Mumble. While Mumble reiterated that the organisation was not bankrupt or insolvent, after media
Thailand, Colombia, Bulgaria and Guatemala in the weeks leading up to the World Cup. It was revealed that match officials had been provided by Football 4U, a football development front company, run by match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal from Singapore.
Current assets include cash and other items that can be converted into cash within a year. "However, our total assets are more than our total liabilities. Our total assets are R224m and our total liabilities are R182m."
R54.4 million for the year to June 2012, the Sunday Times reported. R27.5 million last year, leaving it with R2.9 million in the bank, while salaries came to R17.1 million. R39.9 million last year and R72 million the previous year - for the
World Cup, the government and South Africa's highest sporting body said on Tuesday. Football loving South Africans have been exposed to diatribes and serious allegations."...R92m in the red and on the brink of bankruptcy. "Over and above the
Reddy, the CEO of the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc), said on Friday it was not possible for a sports federation to oust him from his post. "It's not possible, by law, to pass a motion of no confidence against me at a general
The South African Football Association has formally agreed to allow the country's government to set up an investigation into suspected match-fixing in the run-up to the 2010 World Cup...The independent judicial commission will investigate warm-up
Thursday that its secretary general Jerome Valcke is meeting Minister of Sports Fikile Mbalula and South African Football Association President Kirsten Nematandani...Wilson Raj Perumal, a now-convicted match-fixer whose promotions agency appointed
Bafana Bafana (The Boys) were fixed by corrupt Kenyan, Nigerien and Togolese referees...Advertisement National football association president Kirsten Nematandani said: "The decision of the national executive committee is that we want an independent