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Premier league once again embroiled in a financial scandal

Wednesday, 30 March, 2016 - 12:00

The local football Premier league is once again embroiled in a financial scandal.

BFA President Tebogo Sebego has suspended a decision by the board of the Premier league to recall chairman Walter Kgabung and chief executive Bennett Mamelodi, after they allegedly overspent the league’s 6 million Pula budgeted for this season.

Sebego has now ordered those concerned to submit composite reports, to determine the way forward.

Apparently the board now wants a forensic audit carried out. There is also speculation that the league owes the taxman, BURS, huge sums of money.

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