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Enraged regions question Safa's motives after execs pay themselves R4m

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Led by Danny Jordaan, president of Safa, the executive briefs the media in March 2020. Picture: Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images
Led by Danny Jordaan, president of Safa, the executive briefs the media in March 2020. Picture: Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images

Some Safa regions have accused the association’s council members of hypocrisy.

The regions are up in arms after it emerged that last weekend’s council meeting took a resolution to write off debts to the regions, but the executives agreed to pay themselves honorariums, which were due since 2018.

This was the same meeting that resolved to remove vice-presidents Gay Mokoena and Ria Ledwaba from their positions.

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