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SBD Global/April 2, 2013/International Football
FIFA Warns South African Government Of Interfering With Match-Fixing Inquiry
Published April 2, 2013
BUTTING HEADS: The AFP reported Mbalula "is on a collision course" with FIFA. Mbalula said, "SAFA approached us saying it wanted a judicial commission of inquiry. Now some mischievous people wrote to FIFA saying we are interfering. SAFA cannot be player and referee." Nematandani said: "The decision of the national executive committee is that we want an independent commission of inquiry" (AFP, 4/1).