Advocate Tebogo Motlanthe is officially the new acting CEO of SAFA. The organisation confirmed the appointment today in a statement on its website. The appointment is with immediate effect and comes after Guy Mokoena resigned last month. Advocate Motlanthe held the position of general manager of legal affairs within SAFA\u2019s legal division. The position of CEO has not had a permanent candidate since Dennis Mumble in 2018. He was not offered a new contract in September 2018. HAVE YOU READ!!?? Five Substitutions Allowed With IFAB Temporary Amendment Nevertheless, the 39-year old\u2019s first task will be to work alongside the PSL to assist the government with how to safely ease lockdown regulations to help soccer return to South Africa. The circumstances surrounding Mokoena\u2019s resignation are subject to debate. Mokoena detailed his grievances with the association in a letter titled, \u2018Mokoena Report\u2019. The letter was sent to the national executive committee (NEC) members. According to reports, the former acting CEO detailed his criticisms with the associations and Jordaan in the letter. However, this has led to a back and forth debate between SAFA and Mokoena about the details and allegations in the letter. HAVE YOU READ!!?? Inter Milan Players All Test Negative For Coronavirus SAFA vice-president, Xolile Nkompela has asked SAFA president, Danny Jordaan to call for an emergency committee meeting to discuss the matter. Currently, the resumption of the PSL sits at Level 2. The country has spent over a week in Level 4 where restrictions are still prevalent. Individuals can exercise outside for three hours from 06:00 to 09:00 in the morning.