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It’s been a baptism of fire for Safa’s new CEO

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Acting chief executive of the South African Football Association, Advocate Tebogo Motlanthe, has had his hands full since he took over the demanding job.

Some of his first tasks include making several outstanding payments, helping the association sign historic agreements with key football federations and reworking a new football calendar for clubs from professional and amateur ranks to international football.

Since coming into office at the beginning of this month, Motlanthe has managed to pay all of Safa’s 52 regions and the ABC Motsepe clubs’ outstanding payments for the past seasons.

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