Dipela to face league action
Flamboyant Premier Soccer League football manager Andrew Dipela will face disciplinary action in the new year.
This follows the executive committee's decision last week to take action after investigations against him were completed.
The committee will only decide in January on what kind of action to take against him.
Two women, PSL chief executive Kjetil Siem's personal assistant Zanele Nota and Dipela's former personal assistant, Caroline Semela, have laid complaints of sexual harassment against Dipela.
Semela took up another post early last year as coordinator of the Mvela Golden League.
Dipela took voluntary leave when the allegations emerged last month after having denied any wrongdoing.
He is still on paid leave pending the finalisation of the hearing next month.