Safa and PSL sideshow: Battle lines drawn over compliance officer

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Safa chief medical officer, Dr Thulani Ngwenya
Safa chief medical officer, Dr Thulani Ngwenya

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Which Covid-19 compliance officer is really in charge? This is the question that arose this week after the PSL confirmed Michael Murphy as the league’s Covid-19 compliance officer.

Safa has since engaged government to seek clarity about which compliance officer – between their own and that of the PSL – should be in charge.

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