Bafokeng group in talks with Dikwena
Posted: 20 September 2017 Time: 13:34
A collective known as the Bafokeng Civic Movement plan to deliver a memorandum to Platinum Stars on Thursday amid concerns the club could be sold without their consultation.
This comes after a group stormed the Premiership strugglers' offices at Bafokeng Sports Campus on Monday demanding answers regarding reports of a proposed sale.
Stars chairman Cliff Ramoroa later released a statement insisting Dikwena was not about to change hands and denied that the club were going to announce a new owner, thought to be Thabo Mokgatle, at a press conference today.
“We had a series of meetings with the club management yesterday. We will continue again today,” Bafokeng Civic Movement convenor Sam Nong tells KickOff.com.
“Tomorrow we will march to the Bafokeng Civic Centre where we hope to deliever our memorandum and amongst other things we demand that the club assets, including Dikwena, should not be sold without consultation of the constituency.”
Stars general manager Senzo Mazingisa would only refer to Monday's club statement when asked for comment.