Probe into match-fixing underway
The Hawks are investigating allegations of match-fixing involving Bafana prior the 2010 World Cup.
CAPE TOWN - An investigation is actively underway into allegations that international friendlies involving the South African football team were fixed.
In December, five officials including South African Football Association (Safa) President Kirsten Nematandani were suspended after a FIFA probe found there was "compelling evidence" that matches had been fixed.
The results of the 2010 matches against Thailand, Bulgaria, Colombia and Guatemala, in the weeks leading up the World Cup, were found to have been pre-arranged to benefit an Asian betting syndicate.
All of those officials have since been reinstated.
Hawks spokesman Paul Ramaloko says they are making good headway on the matter.
"Our investigations are ongoing. We can't say who the suspects are or when they will be arrested."