Kaizer Chiefs have officially been charged by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) with their date to appear before the Disciplinary Committee (DC) now set.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) prosecutor Zola Majavu has moved swiftly, as promised, to begin addressing a backlog in disciplinary cases, notably charging Kaizer Chiefs for the two matches they were unable to honour in December.
Majavu also kept to his promise of communicating developments in any disciplinary committee (DC) hearing cases and charges made, giving an update on two other matters. Appointed until the end of the 2021-22 season, then perhaps further, Majavu is addressing a backlog of cases left by the resignation of predecessor Nande Becker in November.
“Kaizer Chiefs have been charged in relation to their non-fulfilment of the two fixtures as a result of the allegations that most of their players had tested positive,” Majavu said on Wednesday evening. “The case has been enrolled for hearing on January 21 at 6pm.”
Chiefs said they could not honour their December fixtures at home to City and away against Arrows due to an outbreak of more than 50 Covid-19 cases that shut down their headquarters in Naturena.