Former SAFA chief executive Leslie Sedibe was banned for FIFA Coins five years and fined 20,000 Swiss francs ($20,200). The governing body also banned Steve Goddard and Adeel Carelse, both former officials at SAFA's referees department, for two years each.Last year, Lindile Kika.
SAFA's head of national teams in 2010, was banned from all soccer activities for six years.FIFA believes that at least one of the South African national team's friendly games in the weeks ahead of the continent's first World Cup was fixed by the referee. SAFA officials were under investigation for allowing a company controlled by Singaporean match-fixer Wilson.
Raj Perumal to appoint the referees for the games.FIFA hasn't identified the game or games in question, but South Africa's 2-1 win over Colombia and 5-0 win over Guatemala a couple of weeks before the opening of the World Cup are under suspicion. All three goals in the South.
Africa-Colombia game came through penalty kicks. There was a collection of bizarre refereeing decisions in the South Africa-Guatemala game.South Africa-Guatemala was refereed by Niger official Ibrahim Chaibou, who is being sought for involvement in other allegedly fixed games. South Africa's game with Colombia, and an earlier 4-0 win over.