Royal AM Bosses Under Hot Water After They Got Themselves In Trouble After TheyWere Caught In Camera Doing This
The owner of Royal AM FC Shauwn Mkhize popular known by her reality TV show name MaMkhize and her son Andile Mpisane are in trouble with PSL and the SARS. Apparently MaMkhize andbhe4 son Andile were seen handing out hard cash to the player after winning the league match against Maritzburg United on Sunday afternoon.
Royal AM could be in hot water after it emerged on Monday that the increasingly controversial KwaZulu-Natal club could face sanction for distributing what appeared to be wads of cash to players on the pitch at the conclusion of their league match against Maritzburg United on Sunday afternoon.
Videos of Durban businesswoman and socialite Shauwn Mkhize and her son Andile Mpisane has been causing havoc in social media. Some players were seen being uncomfortable accepting the cash in camera while MaMkhize couldn't mind either there's camera or not. Many have criticised her saying that she could have done it in changing room.
MaMkhize has turned the table around and looking at the trouble she could face she could have attracted eyes from SARS office.
Its not only fans who raised complaints but also the acting Premier Soccer League (PSL) CEO Mato Madlala have concert about her actions. Apparently the incident has been reported and the high offices are currently investigating the matter. CEO Mato Madlala says they are currently waiting for statement and video from the matter. Matter has been handed over to Becker and according to the source he will only be able to make an assessment after he have looked at all the documentation.
Royal bosses could find themselves I hot water they kzn Derby bonus. The Royal AM Manager JOHN says was not aware of the incident as he was busy preparing for the match.
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