PSL Prosecutor Nande Becker has confirmed that he has left his role with immediate effect.
Becker has been with the PSL for a period of eight years and was responsible for some big decisions involving various clubs in both the topflight and second tier.
He confirmed to the Siya crew that he resigned at the end of November, though he did not want to go into detail about why he decided to call it a day with the PSL.
"I resigned on 30 November," he confirmed to the Siya crew.
His departure comes at a difficult time for the PSL, who are currently dealing with a matter involving Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs. Amakhosi asked that their matches be postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak at The Village, but the PSL have not been swift in making an announcement about whether or not their request was accepted on denied.
Chiefs were scheduled to play Cape Town City on Saturday, December 4, at FNB Stadium, but made it clear that they would not be able to host the clash. True to their word, Amakhosi did not pitch for the match, while City arrived at the venue for the clash, which did not go on due to the Soweto giants' no-show.
The Mother City outfit look set to be awarded the three points.