The South African Premier Soccer league (PSL) is set to resume as the Government has given it approval for the league to return after having analyzed the league’s COVID-19 safe plan model that was submitted in early June.
The decision was communicated via Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa’s social media account this morning.
“Media Release: Approval of the resumption of sporting activities – The plans of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to resume have been approved,” said Mthethwa.
The PSL, together with SAFA, are expected to announce the resumption dates of training and the fixtures, all while the COVID-19 protocol testing continues at all the PSL and Glad Africa Championship (GAC) clubs.
Kaizer Chiefs currently leads the Absa Premiership with four points and eight games to the end, while Ajax Cape Town also head the lower GAC division with seven points and six games to the finish.