SAFA Extraordinary successful Elective Congress
After a SAFA Extraordinary successful Elective Congress, SAFA now turns its attention to the Elective Congress.
After having a SAFA Extraordinary successful Elective Congress at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday, the South African Football Association (SAFA) has now turned its attention to the highly anticipated Elective Congress on Saturday, June 25.
Members gathered in Johannesburg to address a variety of topics, according to SAFA president Dr Danny Jordaan, which have set the way for the elections. The conversations on the floor were heated and intense, and the SAFA president stated that this sort of open and honest discussion can only benefit the organization in the future.
As he pondered on the Extraordinary Congress, Dr Jordaan informed www.safa.net, “The next stop is now the SAFA election.”
“This is the last meeting where any unresolved concerns were addressed, and the election is the next stop.”
“The SAFA Extraordinary successful Elective Congress had a great atmosphere, and the regions are extremely focused; they want to vote in that election and use their democratic rights.” We’re overjoyed.”
While members examined the topics on the agenda, there was a lot of involvement and heated conversation on the floor, which Dr Jordaan said was encouraging because it proved that democracy reigns supreme inside SAFA.
“Democratic discussion should be fostered, and we should engage,” he remarked, noting that “we are not all of the same mind.” “As a result, it was a fantastic interaction.” But, in the end, all of our judgments were made unanimously.
“It suggests they all came to an agreement in the end.” So that’s fantastic for an organization like SAFA, and you can see the regions are happy.”
On June 25, Dr Jordaan, Ria Ledwaba, and Solly Mahlobeng will compete for the SAFA president. The president of SAFA, the national executive committee, and the provincial office will all be up for election.