Two to appear in court for Moses Mabhida stadium violence

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It found no criminal or civil liability against the clubs, the league or stadium management.

"He has been there and these are the games for him, you can not start a semi-final with Joseph (Molangoane) because Mphahlele is more experienced, '" reacted the 44-year-old. "The league will work closely with law enforcement to ensure that those responsible for this hooliganism are subjected to judicial process", the statement said.

On Saturday night Kaizer Chiefs fans stormed the pitch when their team was beaten 2-0 in the Nedbank Semifinal cup. How did supporters manage to storm the ground and endanger people's lives?

Kaizer Chiefs has confirmed that coach Steve Komphela has resigned as head coach of the club with immediate effect - to the sigh of many Amakhosi fans.


Naicker said: "We will be probing if the deployments of SAPS, Security Personnel and other security agencies were in place according to the plan, and whether those that were deployed to provide security event reacted as they were expected to".

"Football is a lovely game, and I can't sit idle while a few supporters are making a skunk of our game", Sports and Recreation Minister Tokozile Xasa said.

"Hooliganism and thuggery of this nature have no place in football and acts of violence perpetrated by individuals. last night can not be tolerated", the PSL said in a statement. Millions of rands of damage was sustained and several people were injured, including a security guard who was rushed to hospital.

Reports are that damages incurred included seats and advertising boardings that were ripped out.


South Africa successfully hosted the World Cup, the first in Africa, with the Moses Mabhida Stadium one of the stadiums built for the 2010 tournament.

Two cars in the parking lot behind the stadium were also reportedly damaged while speakers around the field were kicked to pieces.

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela announced his resignation after the incident.

In his three years in charge, Komphela has failed to win any silverware for the Soweto giants.


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