Meet the most dispensable person in SA, Bafana Bafana's coach. But perhaps it's Safa that should be substituted.
Safa has announced Gordon Igesund's contract as Bafana Bafana coach will not be renewed and the hunt for a new coach starts immediately.
Safa says Gordon Igesund will remain Bafana Bafana's coach but will face a technical committee to explain the team's early exit from Chan.
Resignations and pressure to win every single match has sparked a soccer coaching merry-go-round.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, PSL head Irvin Khoza and Safa president Danny Jordaan need to work together to save South African football.
Safa says its vice-president Mwelo Nonkonyana has been suspended because of remarks he made about Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund.
Parliament says it wants a full investigation into the affairs of the powerful South African Football Association, especially its financial affairs.
Safa is confident that coach Gordon Igesund will achieve his mandate of reaching the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals and keep his job.
On the eve of the Africa Nations Cup, local football fans are thrilled by the prospect of seeing the continent's finest players at work.
Ex-football boss Leslie Sedibe has disputed Fifa report and says he returned his computer. Safa can't find it.
The debacle over reinstating officials linked to match fixing is opening up old divisions in the soccer body, writes Carlos Amato.
Match-fixing allegations and subdued ticket sales have thrown South Africa's ability to successfully host the Africa Cup of Nations into doubt.
Soccer body Safa has reinstated its chief and four other leading officials suspended over a match fixing scandal involving the national team.
Interpol has been called in to assist with a criminal investigation into the match-fixing scandal involving Safa, the Hawks said.
This season's wave of hooliganism poses an alarming threat to the future of the Premier Soccer League.
The SABC and Safa have reached an agreement on broadcasting rights -- the SABC will carry all national soccer teams' games for three years.
South Africans will now start to reap the benefits of hosting the 2010 Fifa World Cup, Safa said when it received R450-million from global body Fifa.