Source: https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-psl-charged-likely-punishment-two-defaulters-who-aden-mccarthy-mduduzi-shabalala-sekhukhune-breaking/ Kaizer Motaung Jnr of Kaizer Chiefs during the Absa Premiership match between Supersport United and Kaizer Chiefs on the 15 March 2019 at Mbombela StadiumPic Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix Kaizer Chiefs’ LIKELY punishment for ‘fielding two defaulters’ Kaizer Chiefs will show up before the PSL Disciplinary Committee (PSL DC) on 14 April for 'handling two defaulters' against Sekhukhune United in December 2021.
With Kaizer Chiefs not appearing for their home match against Cape Town City, in the wake of proclaiming they would not be able to respect the match because of a Covid-19 episode, this is the thing that the NSL Handbook says about the circumstance. Amakhosi had mentioned for the game to be deferred, but this solicitation was apparently denied by the PSL, as it had effectively been set up that a club couldn't utilize positive Covid tests as an explanation.
Source: kick off & goal.com According to Goal.com this was all started by Ace Ngcobo who wants Itumelang Khune to face disciplinary committee for his actions that seems to have violated PSL rules. Itumelang Khune is under scrutiny for his behavior during MTN 8 Clash against Maritzburg United last week. According to Kick off former referee Ace Ngcobo has urged PSL (Premier Soccer league) disciplinary committee to hold Khune accountable for his behavior in the match against against Maritzburg, Khune allegedly
Recently selected PSL examiner advocate Zola Majavu has affirmed that Kaizer Chiefs have officially been charged by the association. Amakhosi were charged for not regarding two of their five December installations against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows. At that point, Chiefs sent the PSL a letter mentioning for deferment of their December apparatuses because of the Covid-19 episode that hit their camp.
CAPe Town - at a court hearing on Wednesday night, Royal AM which is owned by Shaun Mkhize was found guilty by the premier league disciplinary committee for not showing up on their PSL relegation-promotion play off. KwaZulu-Natal based club Royal AM decided to boycott the play offs and didn't show on all four fixtures they had to play against chippa united and Richards Bay.