Correctional Services spokesman Manelisi Wolela has denied allegations that student leader Mcebo Dla.
Carlos Alberto Parreira's departure is no crisis but a blessing in disguise.
We did not start playing football when Parreira arrived. We were once the mightiest force in African football - long before he earned monthly salary of R1,8 million.
It's time we give one of our own a chance to lead Bafana Bafana as we march to 2010.
I am not xenophobic but we have for too long put our trust in foreigners, who in turn milked us.
Parreira has collected about R30 million for all his flops. By leaving he is avoiding embarrassment because he has not performed according to the mandate given to him by Safa.
He is using his wife as a scapegoat, because when he took the job, his wife was already ill. And he should not tell us who to hire.
Why doesn't he recommend Pitso Mosimane, who has learnt a lot about training methods and techniques during his time as Parreira's assistant.
Safa must get serious. A local coach or coaches will be best. They know the players and local languages.
Clive Barker won us Afcon in 1996 and Shakes Mashaba, Kenny Ndlazi and Cyprain Maimane took the national Under-23s to the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
We also won second and third place at Afcon under Jomo Sono and Trott Moloto.
Joseph Kgomo, Pretoria