South Africans are a little concerned over the lack of reaction from the South Africa Football Association (SAFA) regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
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Mzansi's citizens have taken to social media to voice their concerns over the apparent apathy that SAFA has at the moment. With the organisation basically saying that the situation will get better before it gets worse.
Briefly.co.za learned that football games have not been cancelled and today the Bantwana are playing. The message that some social media users have received is, "Wash your hands, buy your tickets and fill up the stadium."
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Sports journalist Robert Marawa has been hauled over the coals on Twitter for his post quoting SAFA:
"..there is no need to panic at this stage. The virus is not an epidemic yet. We are positive that the situation will improve rather than worsen. We believe that there is no need to either suspend or postpone the football program in the country at this stage.."
South Africans have voiced their own opinions on social media:
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