Controversial former University of the Witwatersrand SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was denied bail in .
I couldn't help feeling that the mighty have really fallen with a big thud as I watched Bafana Bafana bundled out of the Africa Cup of Nations.
If a South African coach was in charge, he would have been fired on the spot, but not Carlos Alberto Parreira, who came with the stamp of approval from Sepp Blatter himself.
If Parreira is that great, why was he fired from his previous jobs? There are good coaches with knowledge of both African and international football who would do a wonderful job at a fraction of Parreira's salary.
It's time that we tried Gordon Igesund who has been screaming for an opportunity. He might just turn out to be our lucky charm. I have never heard of a coach having to go and learn at a big tournament, like the one in Ghana.
Soccer is our No1 sport, but we are still told we must learn more about our national sport. Can you imagine a coach telling the Indian public that Indians must learn how to play cricket? That coach would be fired on the spot.
Every employee, including Parreira, must adhere to certain standards and professional performances.
The less said about our players the better. The emotions of the Senegalese players told a thousand stories. They were completely devastated. Our players on the other hand, were only too happy that it was over.
Richardson Mzaidume, Pimville