To add to Safa's many problems, the SA Sport Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) and its chief executive, Tubby Reddy, have put pressure on the Football Asociation to get in the right financially over the next two years.
Sascoc can be quite heavy-handed, but I'm still pleased they're looking to keep Safa in check financially. Safa is known for its money problems, and the Association reported a R 50 million loss in 2012.
Safa is a bit cross because they weren't initially informed of Sascoc's decision to have Sfa submit fnancial reports every six months, but as I mentioned, Sascoc isn't known for being friendly and democratic.
Many South Africans, myself included, believe Safa should be handling its money for carefully and spending it more wisely on such projects as providing better playing pitches across the nation. Hopefully Sascoc's overview will provide for that.