Jordaan won't answer questions on $10m Fifa bribery

Spokesperson Mlungisi Ncame says Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula handles all queries regarding the allegations.

South African Football Association president, Danny Jordaan. Picture: GCIS.

CAPE TOWN Danny Jordaan says he will not be answering any questions related to the $10 million Fifa bribery scandal.

Jordaan has kept a relatively low profile since Fifa claimed that South Africa paid the bribe to help secure the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Jordaan, who is both South African Football Association president and Mayor of the Nelson Mandela Bay metro, has denied any involvement in the matter.

His spokesperson Mlungisi Ncame says Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula handles all queries regarding the Fifa bribery allegations.

The Minister of Sport has held at least three press conferences where hes addressed that matter exhaustively.

Ncame has also denied Jordaan is hesitant to travel abroad, saying hes not been charged with anything.

The mayoral spokesperson has rubbished claims Jordaan is lying low in Port Elizabeth and says hes travelled with Jordaan to Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg in the last week.