Cape Town - Since the FIFA scandal broke on Wednesday, May 27 the internet has been flooded with information as the story continues to develop.
This compilation article points out the 10 articles not to be missed:
Swiss police raided the Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich and arrested six FIFA officials as part of a US investigation into bribes in football totalling $150 million.
Shortly after the US indictment went viral, South Africa's hosting of the 2010 World Cup was thrown into the spotlight and two South Africans were allegedly involved in paying bribes. The speculation over the identity started almost immediately.
Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula issued a strong statement denying any South African involvement in any bribes relating to the 2010 Soccer World Cup.
In a hastily arranged press conference, Blatter said "FIFA needs a profound overhaul" and announced that a new leader will be elected to run the organisation. Blatter's daughter denied that the bribery scandal played a part in her father's resignation. Nando's take on the matter was HILARIOUS!
SAFA president Molefi Oliphant's letter instructs Valcke to pay the $10m to CONCACAF and further that former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner should implement the Diaspora Legacy Programme.
Two of Jack Warner's sons, one who is widely believed to have received the briefcase bribe from Co-Conspirator #15, are assisting the FBI in the investigation.
Conflicting earlier statements from Fikile Mbalula, SAFA president said: “I haven’t paid a bribe or taken a bribe from anybody in my life. We don’t know who is mentioned there (in the indictment)".
See what happened at the second press conference held by Fikile Mbalula.
Ailing former FIFA official Chuck Blazer admitted that he and others accepted bribes before the votes that gave the 2010 World Cup to South Africa, according to US court documents.
The Hawks are looking into allegations that the SAFA was involved in the Fifa bribery scandal, but denied a formal probe had been started.