Black Africa football club has been provisionally suspended by the Southern Stream First Division League's Executive following their failure to fulfil their league obligations against Blue Boys and Eleven Arrows over the weekend.

This is the second time the club has failed to honour their commitments, leading to the decision taken during the league's executive virtual meeting.

The matches against Blue Boys and Eleven Arrows had to be called off by match officials due to internal conflicts within Black Africa.

Two separate groups within the team were vying for leadership, resulting in two different teams showing up for the matches.

As a consequence, Black Africa will be required to appear before a Disciplinary Committee to address their misconduct.

In the meantime, a law firm based in Windhoek, acting on behalf of one of Black Africa's leadership groups, has written to the NFA urging them to address the club's situation urgently.

Failure to do so may result in legal action being taken.

NFA President Robert Shimooshili, in an interview with Nbc Sport, expressed his desire for the team to resolve their internal issues internally.

Shimooshili emphasized that the association does not want to be seen as taking sides and wants Black Africa to find a resolution without involving the NFA.

The provisional suspension serves as a stern measure by the Southern Stream First Division League's Executive, highlighting the seriousness of the situation.

The fate of Black Africa will be determined by the upcoming Disciplinary Committee hearing, and the NFA will monitor the situation closely to ensure a fair and just resolution.



Kavii Vezemburuka