Sinky Mnisi Calls Press Conference to Explain His Royal AM Suspension

Sinky Mnisi Calls Press Conference to Explain His Royal AM Suspension

Keba Mothoagae
updated at April 12, 2023 at 8:08 PM
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  • Suspended Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi has called a press conference to hopefully explain his situation
  • Mnisi was reportedly put on ice following taking arbitrary decisions that boss Shauwn Mkhize and the board were not particularly happy with
  • There is a suggestion that the media gathering will see him announce his resignation from his position

More drama is expected from the suspension of Sinky Mnisi in his capacity as Royal AM CEO.

Mnisi has reportedly called a press conference set for tomorrow, Wednesday 02 August, to clarify his suspension. There are also whispers that he might announce his suspension.

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Suspended Royal AM CEO has called a press conference to clarify his position at the club. Image source: @FARPostZA.
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Last week, owner Shauwn "Mamkhize" Mkhize caused more confusion regarding the situation instead of providing the much-needed clarity.

According to The Citizen, she said to Robert Marawa on his show Marawa Sports Worldwide:

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“I am not going to answer that (question about Mnisi being suspended) because it is the same thing that has happened with the (Victor) Letsoalo matter. The media can say whatever they want to say. If I have something to say about my CEO I will call a media briefing. I do that all the time.

“In this case, the CEO does not report for duty. He doesn’t wake up in the morning and come to work. But that is the internal affairs of Royal AM which I am not going to discuss here in the media. I cannot tell how my CEO works, just like you have never seen the recipe of Kentucky…

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Mbulelo 'Oldjohn' Mabizela has a bone to pick with South Africa's football media.

As reported by Sports Brief, the former Bafana Bafana, Orlando Pirates and Tottenham Hotspur defender believes that some journalists within that sector were out to destroy him during what was a career that promised so much but did not deliver due to disciplinary issues. Mabizela, known for being outspoken, recently lashed out at players in the DStv Premiership.

He said that the quality of football was of such a low standard that he did not bother to switch on the television to watch.

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