- Sekhukhune United have been awarded three points which means that they won the GladAfrica Championship and they have been promoted to the DSTV Premiership
- Sekhukhune went to court after Polokwane City had failed to follow the rules regarding under-23 players on the team roster
- Royal AM and TS Sporting wanted the decision to award Sekhukhune three points set aside but the decision had been upheld
Sekhukhune United has won its case for promotion after the application by Royal AM and TS Sporting to have the decision by Hilton Epstein's SC ruling that awarded Sekhukhune three points reviewed was set aside.
The outcome of the case declared Sekhukhune the winners of the GladAfrica Championship.
This means that Sekhukhune is promoted to the DSTV Premiership and the three points awarded to the team put them on top of GladAfrica Championship log which is also ahead of Royal AM.
The decision is binding and final and Royal AM will go to the playoffs against Chippa United according to the Daily Sun.
According to the rules at least five under-23 players need to be on the team list on the day of the match, Polokwane City had failed to do this resulting in Sekhukhune being awarded a 3-0 win, the maximum allowed to be awarded in such cases.
Baxter is back at Kaizer Chiefs
The appointment comes after huge speculation regarding the future of the English manager and Baxter returns to Amakhosi for his second stint.
Chiefs confirmed the former SuperSport United mentor's arrival on their official Twitter page on Wednesday afternoon.
The DStv Premiership side is through to the semi-finals of the CAF Champions League and the former Bafana Bafana mentor is expected to guide the club to the final.
Shauwn Mkhize backs Andile Mpisane for PSL
Reality TV star Shauwn Mkhize is ready to fight for her only son Andile Mpisane to play in the PSL next season. The businesswoman said it is her son's dream to play in the top Mzansi soccer league.
The Uzalo actress took to social media to share with her fans that she's going to protect her "precious cub's" dream no matter what it takes. She said she's going to fight what's "rightfully" theirs.
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