A match-fixing scandal involving the national soccer team is to be investigated by an independent judicial inquiry with backing from Fifa.
Sources agree that Fat Alice is piling on the kilos again - but her chefs of choice these days wear black and white, not black and gold.
Damned if it does and damned if it doesn't, Safa has been making cutbacks. But it has also been neglecting development.
Safa has named Steve Komphela as Bafana Bafana's second assistant coach, who has been contracted ona part-time basis until after the 2014 World Cup.
South Africa will not to allow agents to appoint referees for friendly fixtures after allegations of match-fixing at pre-2010 World Cup warm-up games.
Irvin Khoza has blamed Safa and SA under-23 coach Shakes Mashaba's failure to follow procedure for the struggle to get players to face Algeria.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula will deliver his views on the cricket and soccer governing bodies when he speaks to Parliament on Tuesday.
Libya are likely to be replaced as 2013 Africa Cup of Nations hosts this week, with Algeria, Nigeria and SA prepared to take over the tournament.
The Safa values its television rights at between R130-million and R150-million a year, an official revealed this week.
The South African Football Association said on Tuesday it wants to believe that two of its World Cup warm-up games last year were fair.
The South African Football Association will pay R5-million for the trademark to the national team's nickname, Bafana Bafana.
Safa will change the name of the national soccer team, according to the company that owns the rights to the use of the Bafana Bafana trademark.
The SA Football Association will start looking for a candidate to fill its vacant slot for a chief executive after three were deemed "not suitable".
Vicious infighting blamed for Danny Jordaan's failure to win seat on Fifa executive committee
Poor results and neglect throw spotlight on the once highly regarded Transnet School of Excellence soccer academy.
Danny Jordaan has announced his decision to join the Fifa World Cup inspection team -- but was mum on any long-term offers from the body.
The South African Football Association (Safa) has suspended its team manager and commercial director just a month before the Soccer World Cup.
SA football officials have appealed for a positive public reaction to the reappointment of Carlos Alberto Parreira as coach following criticism.
The PSL will seek legal advice on whether the recent Safa elections were conducted in accordance with the Safa constitution.
As the dust settles following the departure of Bafana coach Joel Santana, there is a sense of wonder as to how we find ourselves in this position.