Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa has published gazetted directions relating to COVID-19 level 3 regulations on 28 May, which cover resumption of sports activities including PSL.
The different sport bodies are submitting their plans, illustrating their stance on readiness and the stringent health protocols they will impliment in accordance with prescribed and regulations.
The good news is that plans for Premier Soccer League (PSL) has been approved, considering the curb stractegies and plans in relation to level 3 risk adjusted stractegy in addressing COVID-19.
The plans have been further transferred to be subjected by the health authorities.
National Institute of Commicable Disease (NIDC) has recommended that the measures put in place by the organization meen and in some instance exceeds required protocol for a safe safe return training and to play in a biological safe environmentz
Although some of players in PSL have tested positive among other including Kaizer Chiefs duo players.
However, it was confirmed that players are in quarantine and they will trace where they contacted virus.
Minister’s confirmation pave a way for sports fans, it has been moody since 27 March 2020. The time president announced state of emergency in South Africa.