The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
Phindani Nene, Durban Stars chairman, is concerned by his team's failure to protect their leads but is optimistic that Isivunguvungu Segagasi will avoid relegation.
Lying at the bottom of the National First Division coastal stream log, Stars, who are mentored by Ramadhan Nsanzurwimo, have six games to pull themselves out of the fire.
But their cause was made worse when they were pipped 2-3 by Nathi Lions on Saturday Nathi Lions at Chatsworth Stadium.
"We are in the First Division to stay," said Nene adding his team would stop the slide once it gelled.
Elsewhere, Witbank Spurs eased their relegation woes when they beat FC AK 1-0 at Eldorado Park on Friday via a goal from Peter Mubayiwa. While Jomo Cosmos moved to the top after edging Black Leopards 2-1.
Meanwhile, yesterday, Winnerspark gave coach Innocent Mayoyo a warm welcome by beating Dynamos 1-0 at Seshego stadium. The goal was scored by Noel Mwandila in the 68th minute, reports Matome Lebea
Coastal Stream - Vasco da Gama 1, FC Cape Town 2; African Warriors 5, Hanover Park 1; Ikapa Sporting 2, Carara Kicks 1