Swallows pleaded guilty to charges of spectator misbehavior after their fans verbally abused and insulted match officials on March 9 in the Nedbank Cup match against Bidvest Wits.
They were fined R100 000 which, is wholly suspended for 12 months. Swallows must issue a written apology to the League and affected match officials and post it on their and PSL websites within seven days of the order.
They have been ordered to conduct spectator education for three months at all their home fixtures. They will also pay the costs of the hearing.
Celtic pleaded guilty to charges of spectator misbehavior after their supporters threw objects on the field during their match against Platinum Stars at Botshabelo on February 26.
Celtic were fined R100 000, wholly suspended for 12 months. Celtic must issue a written apology to the League and post it on Celtic and PSL websites within seven days of the order.
Celtic have been ordered to address spectators prior to kick off and during half-time at all remaining home games. They will pay pro rata costs of the hearing.
Meanwhile, First Division club United FC pleaded guilty to charges of failing to provide a field that meets FIFA requirements or a playing surface in a match against Thanda Royal Zulu on February 19, resulting in the match being abandoned.
They were fined R50 000, wholly suspended for 12 months. They were ordered to reimburse costs suffered by any party in relation to the abandoned match. United FC will pay pro rata costs of the hearing. The DC ordered that the match against Thanda Royal Zulu be replayed.