PSL prosecutor Zola Majavua has confirmed that Royal AM have been found guilty for failing to provide the match officials with the relevant communication devices.
The KwaZulu-Natal outfit appeared before the PSL Disciplinary Committee on Wednesday for the charges.
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“Royal AM appeared before the PSL DC to answer to charges of failure to provide the match officials with the relevant communication devices, which have been provided to them by the league and in accordance with applicable prescripts,” Majavu said via the PSL's media department.
Majavu confirmed the KZN side pleaded guilty to the charge and were subsequently fined monetary amount of R50,000, although half which is suspended unless they are found guilty of similar offence in the next two years.
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Royal AM have eight games left in the current DStv Premiership campaign, but were recently on the end of a 5-1 thumping at the hands of Royal AM on Tuesdya night.
John Maduka's charges currently sit in seventh position, ten points adrift of the final CAF Champions League spot and six adrift of the Confederation Cup spot.
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