Orlando Pirates boss Irvin Khoza is set to retain his position as PSL chairman when the organization sits for elections next month.
According to reliable sources close to the PSL, Dr Khoza has once again been nominated unopposed for the top position in the PSL.
The 72-year-old has served as the professional league’s leader for 18 years and has transformed the business into a multi-billion rand institution after revenue topped R1-billion last year.
“Mr Khoza has been nominated and is unopposed for the position of PSL chairman,” League insiders confirm to KickOff.com.
Seven posts are still up for grabs on the Executive Committee when members go to the polls at their quadrennial general meeting in Johannesburg on November 11.
Chippa United boss Siviwe Mpengesi, Stellenbosch FC CEO Robert Benadie and Tshakhuma FC chairman Lawrence Mulaudzi are among the club bosses nominated.
Rantsi Mokoena, Rejoice Simelane, David Thidiela, Kaizer Motaung, Jose Ferreira, Mato Madlala, Isaac Rendani, Stan Matthews, Lawrence Mulaudzi and Khumbulani Konco are also up for positions on the Exec.
Golden Arrows chief Mato Madlala has been the PSL’s acting CEO since 2015 when Matthews vacated the role to focus on his SuperSport United duties.