News Article  | PSL

Update On SAFA Presidential Elections

SAFA declare presidential election will go ahead

By Soccer Laduma - Mar 13, 2018 10:10 AM

News reaching Siya crew is that the South African Football Association has affirmed that the FA’s presidential elections scheduled for the 24th of this month will go ahead as scheduled.

SAFA’s upcoming presidential elections have been rocked by all sorts of scandals with the latest being the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) deciding that it will no longer conduct the elections.

Siya sources close to the FA have stated that the elections will proceed as scheduled despite the setbacks.  

Click here to check out the PSL fixtures

“On the 24th of March we will conduct the elections to elect the president for the next four-year tenure in accordance (with) our statutes,” revealed the Siya source.

“All these setbacks will not stop the inevitable fact that our Elective Congress will go ahead as planned,” added the source.

It was reported on KickOff that SAFA were set to take legal action against the IEC for withdrawing as the coordinators of the election process. 

SAFA are expected to elect a new president with the FA having stated that current president Dr Danny Jordaan is an overwhelming favourite.   


Related Articles


EagleEye Joined: 06 Nov 2014
No badges available
EagleEye Mar 15, 2018 01:56 PM
Let us get Thuli Madonsela to investigate these corrupt nest called SAFA .
Bubbles Joined: 15 Feb 2010
No badges available
Bubbles Mar 13, 2018 01:46 PM
waste of time
Myaka weliPhefeni Joined: 14 Jul 2016
No badges available
Myaka weliPhefeni Mar 13, 2018 11:10 AM
Once i see IEC mxm that is a win for Jordaan as we know this congress is own by ANC the party that is working wth Jordaan,on my side i want to see a huge changes that wll bring by Ace Mr spot on Ngcobo not this ANC hulligan
bkanyod Joined: 13 Jan 2018
No badges available
bkanyod Mar 13, 2018 10:53 AM
botsotsi fela
EagleEye Joined: 06 Nov 2014
No badges available
EagleEye Mar 13, 2018 10:24 AM
It is clear that elections will not be credible, why did the IEC pulled out? There is something wrong going on there..

Express Yourself

Your chance to say what you need to.

Create your blog

What You May Have Missed