Mosimane takes SAFA to CCMA
Pitso Mosimane was sacked as Bafana coach after South Africa failed to win its last seven matches under him.
JOHANNESBURG - Pitso Mosimane has taken the South African Football Association (Safa) to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation ad Arbitration (CCMA) on Wednesday.
The former Bafana coach's lawyer Rod Harper confirmed to Eyewitness News Sport that "the parties met at the CCMA and are continuing to resolve the dispute".
Harper declined to comment further as the case was at a sensitive stage.
The case according to Safa is in its first stage.
Safa sacked Mosimane as the country's head coach in June.
At the time, Safa released a statement saying the draw in the game against Ethiopia made the football body realise it needed to take action.
Moroka Swallows coach Gordon Igesund took over from Mosimane on a permanent basis.
This was after South Africa failed to win any of their last seven matches under Mosimane.
A week ago Bidvest Wits FC were looking at Mosimane to take over after the club parted ways with Roger de Sa.
The Braamfontein-based club instead opted for Spaniard Antonio Lopez Habas.