Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
Now the dust has finally settled, or so it seems, on the issue of bonuses for the PSL sponsorship committee.
I am one of those who actually believed and maintained that the issue was not about whether the committee should get the bonuses or not - it was about the figure.
I believe John Comitis and Jomo Sono did not actually think it could be such a huge amount when it was verbally agreed that the committee would get a commission.
I think both of them are hypocrites and are not being honest with the soccer-loving public. They raised people's emotions about this matter and sensationalised the whole thing.
My question is: what is the difference now? Why are Comitis and Sono now suddenly quiet and happy? What were they against? It is also strange that Sono is now a convenor of a committee that is tasked with overseeing the payments.
This actually fuels the rumours that he is part of a campaign to discredit Khoza and other PSL executives. Sono must come out and tell us if he also wants a share in the now affluent PSL.
He must stop behaving like a saint. What happened to him telling all. People like Sono must be exposed for who they are . a power-hungry individual who is scared of responsibility and criticism.
Linda Styles Ntuli, Dobsonville