Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
The Premier Soccer League's disciplinary case between Aziz Kara and his club FC AK and Mpumalanga Black Aces has been postponed to next week.
This was because of loads of evidence the disciplinary committee had to go through at the league's offices on Monday.
The PSL's prosecutor, Zola "Javas" Majavu, said yesterday that all parties were represented and various documents were exchanged between the two.
He said there was a lot of evidence to go through and they resolved to allocate three days for the case to be completed.
"The matter will proceed next Monday to Wednesday where it would hopefully be finalised," said Majavu.
The Mpumalanga-based Aces lodged a protest with the league against Kara and his club, alleging that goalkeeper Mitchel Babale was offered a bribe by FC AK to "give the game away" in December last year.
Kara was formally charged last week with bribery and bringing the league into disrepute and the matter was pencilled in for hearing last Monday.
l Majavu yesterday said he had not received any letter regarding Kaizer Chiefs' complaint against Moroka Swallows general manager Sipho Xulu and coach Ian Gorowa's utterances.
Chiefs team manager Bobby Motaung said on Monday they had written a letter of protest to the league regarding the two.
Xulu complained about referee Buyile Gqubule for his questionable decisions during their Absa Premiership game against Amakhosi. Gorowa said in a post- game interview that Gqubule was biased because he wanted Chiefs to be in the top eight.
"I'm unaware of the letter, but I undertake to look into the matter," said Majavu.