Safa dismisses head honchos

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Safa has expelled one of its vice- presidents, Gay Mokoena after he skipped disciplinary hearing. Photo: Gallo Images
Safa has expelled one of its vice- presidents, Gay Mokoena after he skipped disciplinary hearing. Photo: Gallo Images

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A letter sent to the NEC members last month confirmed the two had been expelled, pending the endorsement of the congress.

“Mokoena and Mooka elected not to attend the proceedings and the matters proceeded in their absence in line with the statutes … As per the ruling of the disciplinary committee, both Mokoena and Mooka are no longer NEC members. And in line with the decisions of the disciplinary committee, the matter shall be referred to the congress for finalisation,” reads the letter seen by City Press.

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