- The long-finished race for the South African Football Association presidency might be brought back to life
- The losers of the contest Ria Ledwaba and Solly Mahlabeng are reportedly looking to protest Danny Jordaan's reelection in a court of law
- The duo contend that Jordaan's victory for the hot-seat was flawed and must be set aside
Danny Jordaan's comfortable victory in his reelection bid for the South African Football Association's presidency could face a challenge in court.
Ria Ledwaba and Solly Mohlabeng, who Jordaan soundly beat in the race for the job, are reportedly looking to contest his win in court.
According to the Daily Sun, the publication is in possession of a document intended for the courts which read:
"The claimants, contend that the elective process, which eventuated in members of the third respondent (Jordaan), being elected... is flawed and stands to be set aside.
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The document alleges that the process was not fair, just and transparent.
Representing SAFA, Lesedi Mphahlele countered:
"It's our instructions that, firstly, Ledwaba is not a registered member or official of SAFA and is therefore not entitled to invoke the SAFA dispute resolution.
"Accordingly, we are instructed by SAFA CEO (Tebogo Motlanthe) to advise you that your clients' claims will not be referred to SAFA arbitration."
Embarrassing difference in attendance for Bafana Bafana and Springbok matches starts interesting debate
An awkward photo is making the rounds on social media and is causing a stir.
The image shows the difference in attendance at Soccer City in Johannesburg and Kings Park Stadium in Durban for a Bafana Bafana and Springbok match. A sparse crowd watched Bafana defeating Sierre Leone 4-0 in the 95 000-seater, while the 52-000 seater was filled to capacity as the Boks overran Argentina 38-21.
The reasons as to why this is so made for interesting reading.
Vuyani Mpafa said:
"Writing Bafana Bafana and Bokke in the same sentence is disrespectful to the Boks. Respect- Respect... in Mourinho's tone of voice..."
Mantshonga Mncadi said:
"A clear example of what happens when people feel they are not taken seriously and appreciated. The Boks know that they need to perform for the fans, and they never disappoint."