The PSL has announced a new date for the Cape Town City chairman John Comitis’ disciplinary committee matter.
It was revealed by the PSL two weeks ago that Comitis had been charged for bringing the League into disrepute and at the time it was announced that the Mother City club boss was scheduled to appear before the disciplinary committee on April 29.
In his latest update, PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu has confirmed that Comitis will now appear before the league’s DC on May 19, after the scheduled initial hearing was postponed.
“Further update is that I can confirm that Mr. John Comitis will also be appearing before the PSL DC on 19 May 2022 to answer to charges of bringing the league into disrepute on account of the allegations he made on various social media platforms. And I can also confirm that this matter was previously postponed to the 19th at the request of Mr. Comitis, which request was acceded to by the PSL DC and not opposed by myself as the prosecutor. In the result, we are hopeful that the matter will be finalised on the 19th of May and once the outcome thereof has been arrived at by the PSL DC, I will similarly make it public,” said Majavu, speaking through the PSL’s media department.
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