Bailey elected new local­ Safa president

2018-02-13 06:01

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021.

He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021. He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM at the Cape Town Civic Centre on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021.

He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021. He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021.

He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021. He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

Bennett Bailey has been elected as the new Safa Cape Town president after elections were held at their AGM at the Cape Town Civic Centre on Sunday.

Bailey won by a majority vote and spoke with authority to his subjects in his winning speech, rallying his executive with words of affirmation and a new beginning in the province.

“Our core business is football and now it’s time to lead it forward,” said Bailey, who has been elected to run his term until 2021.

He attributed his success to the outgoing president, Norman Arendse, who stabilised the ship and made a major contribution towards the game.

Safa has made history with its revised constitution, which stipulates that the presidency must be shared with three vice-presidents, with a compulsory post to be occupied by a woman.

The new executive consists of Bailey (president), Linda Pistoli (vice-president), Nomonde Ndyoko (vice-president), Andrew Bothman (vice-president), Elton Lotriet (general secretary) and Wayne Weitz (treasurer).

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