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Leslie Sedibe sues Safa for R5 million for tarnishing his good name and reputation


Proudly South African CEO Leslie Sedibe has launched a R5-million defamation lawsuit against his former employers the South African Football Association (Safa).

The lawsuit follows a Fifa report in which Sedibe is implicated in a match-fixing scandal for games played in preparation for the 2010 World Cup.
As a result of the investigation, Sedibe was banned from football for five years and fined 20000 Swiss francs (about R315738) by the global football body.
He accused Safa officials, including CEO Dennis Mumble and banned former head of referees Lindile "Ace" Kika, of tarnishing his good name and reputation with the statements allegedly made to Fifa.
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