The Buccaneers become a third group to be charged by the association this month after Cape Town City and Kaizer Chiefs were likewise charged.
Privateers were charged over a dubious episode that elaborate TS Galaxy administrator Tim Sukazi last month before the Christmas break.
Sukazi was denied section into Orlando Stadium in a game between his group and Pirates.
The director was man-taken care of outside of the arena by the security with claims that he didn't have all entrance authorization to enter the arena.
Majavu succeeded Nande Becker who gave his renunciation few months prior.
"Orlando Pirates Football Club was charged yesterday and the matter has been enlisted for hearing at 14h00, one week from now 26 January," said Majavu in an assertion.
Majavu likewise affirmed that when the matter has been finished he will come and give update on the Disciplinary Committee hearing.
The occurrence additionally saw the club's media official Thandi Merafe being captured for supposed attack.
Her case is as yet forthcoming a result.
Privateers are probably going to be fined by the association after CT City was additionally fined early this week after the was likewise charged by the association for not conveying player's cards on a game between Maritzburg United the month before.
Privateers finished dominating the match against Galaxy by 2-0.
The Buccaneers will be hoping to proceed with their fine structure when the club return to activity one month from now after the Africa Cup of Nations competition.
The club as of now sit on second situation in the Dstv prevalence log table underneath Mamelodi Sundowns.
Privateers have gathered an aggregate of 30 focuses up to this point this season with 19 games played up to this point, the club is 14 focuses behind the log chiefs.
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