Kaizer Chiefs have given a power update on the disciplinary hearing including midfielder Dumisani Zuma.
In a declaration followed through on Friday, Amakhosi attested that Zuma perceived the difficult reality for his alleged drunkard and driving catch.
Zuma was thrown behind the police van in Sandton over three weeks earlier to be followed through on bail several hours afterward.
The knowledge about Zuma's catch landed him in steaming hot water with Chiefs who suspended him from all club practices producing results right now impending the assessment.
The club has now avowed that Zuma's sitting happened with a free executive crushing over the gathering framework.
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According to Chiefs, the recommendations made were that Zuma be engaged as per the club's disciplinary code without digging into nuances.
Nevertheless, Zuma will remain suspended from all of Amakhosi's activities and will go to recuperation, the club said.
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ZUMA TO ATTEND REHABILITATION
A disciplinary hearing was held to deal with the matter relating to Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Dumsani Zuma. A free executive coordinated the conference cooperation.
Following the interview and the ideas made, Mr Dumsani Zuma will be engaged as per the association's disciplinary code. He has been suspended from Club practices and will go to recuperation.
Kaizer Chiefs clarification
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