Stadium Chaos Update: Investigators Make An Appeal
Investigators Make An Appeal To Stadium Violence Victims
Investigators on the Moses Mabhida Stadium matter from the match between Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars have made an appeal for witnesses and victims of stadium violence to come forward.
Chiefs have been charged with bringing the league into disrepute and misconduct, following the unpleasant events of violence that occurred at Durban’s 2010 FIFA World Cup venue, after the match for Amakhosi and Ea Lla Koto on April 21.
The South African Police Service (SAPS) have urged witnesses and victims of stadium violence to come forward with information.
Following their 2-0 loss against Stars, which resulted in cup exit for Chiefs that later led to subsequent resignation of Steve Komphela from his coaching position at the club, supporters stormed to the Moses Mabhida Stadium pitch, beating a security guard and causing damage to property.
On Monday, it was confirmed by the PSL that Chiefs will no longer appear before the Disciplinary Committee this week.
The club was due to appear before the DC on May 03. As confirmed by the league, the hearing has been scheduled for May 09 at 18h00.