Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana seeking court interdict to block Safa Elections – News

Posted: 14 March 2018
Time: 15:00

Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana has filed a court motion to interdict the Safa Elective Congress, which is set to take place on March 24.

Nonkonyana, who has sought the resolution from the South Gauteng High Court, filed this on Tuesday because of the election irregularities that include the withdrawals of auditors KPMG and the Independent Electoral Commission. This would deem the congress illegal in terms of Safa and Fifa electoral statutes.

Nonkonyana also has a pending court matter against SAFA pertaining to his unconstitutional removal from the Association structures in 2013.

“As one of the leaders for change in South African football, I have taken a step to launch an urgent application in the South Gauteng High court today, pending the finalisation of my dispute at the same court and also in the light that we don’t have auditors and we don’t have an independent electoral commission,” said Chief Nonkonyana.

“The entire process has been riddled with gross irregularities and manipulation by current SAFA President, Dr. Danny Jordaan and his lackeys, hence I want this entire process to start from begin, so we can all be part and parcel of electing a credible leadership that can take South African football to new and greater heights.”

Article by: Staff Reporter

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Publish date : 2018-03-14 13:03:50

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