Kaizer Chiefs captain, Itumeleng Khune, was charged by the Premier Soccer League for displaying a religous slogan under his jersey during the team's fixture against Orlando Pirates in late October.
An earlier statement from the PSL's Disciplinary Committee said, 'The player and his club have been charged with contravening the FIFA Laws of the Game and NSL rules after Khune pulled up his jersey showing an undergarment with a religious slogan written on it in a fixture against Orlando Pirates at the FNB Stadium on October 26.'
For the offence, Khune and the club were fined R25 000 for bringing the league into disrepute, which was suspended for 12 months. The 26-year-old was also ordered to furnish a written apology. In addition, Chiefs' website have revealed that the club were also ordered to pay the costs of the sitting.