The South African Football Association (Safa) has banned 15 officials for life for trying to take the national association to court in violation of Fifa rules.
Safa's decision relates to grievances from officials from the central Free State province over the election of Danny Jordaan as Safa president in September.
The governing body says the officials should have resolved their grievances over voting procedures through Safa and its "mechanisms and structures".
Describing the officials as "malcontents,'' Safa announced that they were expelled from all football activities.
Mamelodi Sundowns’ new signing Khama Billiat had a narrow escape at the weekend when his car crashed into a tree but he suffered only minor bruising, the club announced in a statement on Monday.
The club’s doctor Carl Tabane said Billiat suffered minor bruises to his neck and chest but “should be back to full health in no time”.
But Sundowns have told him to rest up after the accident in which his car veered off the road and hit a tree.
He therefore misses the next Absa Premiership match against Free State Stars at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Wednesday.
Safa president, Danny Jordaan has described the late PSL Life President Leepile Taunyane (who died on Wednesday) as a true giant of South African football.
Jordaan said Taunyane’s death came as shock to the football family and the void he leaves will be difficult to fill.
“We have lost a true giant and founding father of South African football. He served in many capacities whether within Safa (he was an honourary member of Safa) or the Premier Soccer League. This man was a loyal servant of the game,” mourned Dr Jordaan.
The Safa president said he remembers the late Taunyane for his unassuming and calm demeanour, insightfulness and great wisdom especially during difficult times.
Ivan Bukenya says he felt at home when making his Kaizer Chiefs debut against Bloemfontein Celtic in the Macufe Cup.
The Ugandan defender, who was formerly on the books of Iraqi side Erbil SC, started in the 1-0 loss to Celtic on Sunday, with Vuyani Ntanga netting the decider at Free State Stadium.
Bukenya told Chiefs' official website: "It felt great to represent a big team as I have always waited for the chance to play for my team.
"I see myself growing as a player here because I am playing for the right team.
"The technical team, management and the players are helping me to adapt.