Seeing as though we couldn’t be bothered keeping track of just how that $10 million donation was spent we can be thankful the BBC decided to do some digging. It ain’t pretty.
Another letter has emerged in the exchange leading up to the payment of the $10 million, this time sent by Danny Jordaan and calling officials out by name.
Those who involved themselves in the illicit dealings that led to us being awarded the 2010 must be really feeling the heat. Here come the Hawks.
Whilst the indictment served by the US is yet to name exactly which South African officials were dishing out bribes, we may be closer to the truth.
So, Bafana Bafana lost a major sponsor in Puma, when they pulled out a while ago. Now, companies are scrambling to fill the place once occupied by the big cat brand.
After what feels like an eternity of bickering, negotiation and name-calling, SAFA and Stanton Woodrush have finally come to an agreement that will ensure that SAFA has the exclusive rights to the national team’s nickname Bafana Bafana.
In an exclusive interview with 2oceansvibe, the CEO of South Africa’s 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee, Danny Jordaan has revealed today that the SA World Cup’s financial statements support the tournament’s perceived success. Jordaan confirmed, “In today’s forthcoming AGM, the Operations Report and Financial Report will confirm that the SA World Cup shows a total revenue […]
The South African Football Association (SAFA) has decided not to tell anyone anything about the decision as to whether or not the national Soccer team will change its name from Bafana Bafana to something else.