Cape Town - PSL media and broadcasting manager Luxolo September confirmed that the match-fixing allegation case has been postponed.
The PSL released a statement stating the following on March 17th: "As part of
the on-going investigation into allegations of match fixing, the Premier Soccer
League has filled charges against eight football officials and football players
relating to contravention of the NSL Rule 53.1, 53.2 and 53.2.10.
officials and players will appear before the PSL Disciplinary Committee on 30
March 2016 at 18:00."
According to KickOff, the case will resume on April 6 next month.
"The case is postponed to 6 April and I have nothing to say other than that," September said.
The PSL have not revealed the names of the accused and are set to reveal the allege once the case is underway.