Orlando Pirates FC: Pirates were found guilty on charges of spectator misbehavior after their supporters invaded the pitch during the Telkom Knockout Final on December, 2011. Pirates were fined R250, 000 wholly suspended for 12 months.
However, Pirates will have to pay an amount of R100, 000 that was suspended from a previous case.
This amount will be paid into a spectator education fund to be administered by the PSL. Pirate’s media officer will have to address spectators about spectator behaviour at all home fixtures for the 2012/13 season prior to kick-off and at half-time.
Orlando Pirates chairman and the PSL CEO will address the media on the issue within 30 days. Pirates were ordered to pay all the sittings costs except two sittings where PSL requested postponement.
Bay United FC: Following a complaint by Dynamos, Bay United was charged with fielding an improperly registered player. All parties have closed their arguments and the matter has been postponed to 10 and 11 July 2012.
Chippa United: Chippa United were charged with allegedly fielding an improperly registered player following a complaint made by Blackburn Rovers. The DC ruled in favour of Chippa United. Blackburn lodged an appeal.
The appeal was referred directly to arbitration which will convene on Sunday, 10 June 2012.
Carara Kicks FC: Following a complaint by Dynamos, Carara Kicks was charged with fielding an improperly registered player. The matter has been adjourned to 14 June 2012
Gordon Igesund and Moroka Swallows FC: They were facing a charge of club official misbehavior after Igesund allegedly charged towards match officials in their league match against Amazulu at Dobsonville Stadium on 17 March 2012 and made accusations against them.
The League withdrew its case against both parties.