Johannesburg - Advocate Ntietso Mofokeng has been appointed as the Premier Soccer League’s new head of legal to fill the vacancy left by Zola Majavu who has since moved to the position of chief executive. She commenced her duties at the start of this month.
Mofokeng brings a wealth of experience to this position having formerly occupied the position of Group Executive: Legal Services, Policy and Regulatory Affairs at the SABC.
She will serve as the PSL Prosecutor as well, taking over from current CEO, Zola Majavu.
Mofokeng’s qualifications include: LLM (UNISA); LLB (National University of Lesotho); BA (Law) (National University of Lesotho); ICSA Diploma in Strategic Management and Corporate Governance (UNISA); Nedbank Management Development Programme (University of Stellenbosch).
The PSL also appointed Luxolo Mantambo September as the New Media Manager. He will be working in the League’s Press and PR department and will be responsible for the PSL website as well as exploring New Media avenues for the PSL.
Mantambo previously worked for FIFA in their New Media Division as well as their Communication and Public Affairs Division.
PSL CEO, Zola Majavu, said he was excited by the new appointments. “Advocate Ntietso and Luxolo will further strengthen our team in their respective areas of expertise,” commented Majavu.
“We welcome them to a winning brand and wish them all the best,” Majavu added.