PSL financials reflect revenue plunge amid Covid-19 economic storm

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PSL chairperson Irvin Khoza addresses delegates during the league’s annual general meeting on Wednesday Picture: PSL
PSL chairperson Irvin Khoza addresses delegates during the league’s annual general meeting on Wednesday Picture: PSL

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The PSL is feeling the damaging effects of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic after revenues dipped below the R1 billion mark.

The league tabled its financials at its quadrennial general meeting on Wednesday, where chairperson Irvin Khoza was re-elected unopposed.

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