The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
SAFA has extended its terms of reference to Judge Graham Mushwana's investigation into alleged corruption after startling claims by former Premier Soccer League general manager Ace Ncobo about the league.
Ncobo said the league was "rotten to the core" and also claimed he could substantiate his claims.
Safa's original terms of reference were polygraph tests on match officials as part of its efforts to root our corruption. Morio Sanyane, Safa spokesperson, said Mushwana was expected to submit a report on the tests to Safa president Kirsten Nematandani.
Ncobo, who resigned on Friday, a day after failing a polygraph test, refused to comment. But Safa CEO Raymond Hack said: "When a senior official is quoted as saying the league is rotten to the core, it compels us to demand that information."