Bad news | Kaizer Chiefs have suspended their player after he did this
It has been a nightmare day for Kaizer Chiefs football club player and also their fans, Kaizer Chiefs football club have just announced that they have suspended their player as they have also announced their internal investigation outcome.
Kaizer Chiefs football club player was found and arrested by Gauteng police in Sandton after he was caught driving under the influence of Alcohol. This was ahead of Soweto Derby and that was during curfew hours.
Kaizer Chiefs football club striker, Dumisani Zuma was released with R1000 bail with an expected court case. Kaizer Chiefs football club previously confirmed to be aware about the situation of Dumisani Zuma.
Here is what Kaizer Chiefs football club said on their statement : “A disciplinary hearing was held to deal with the matter relating to Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Dumsani Zuma. An independent chairperson presided over the hearing process,”
“Following the hearing and the recommendations made, Mr Dumsani Zuma will be disciplined in line with the company’s disciplinary code. He has been suspended from Club activities and will attend rehabilitation.”
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