Doctor Khumalo, Stuart Baxter and Kaizer Chiefs were in the firing line from the PSL Disciplinary Committee arising from an incident which took place prior to a match against AmaZulu FC on 14 February at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Khumalo and Baxter were found guilty of acting improperly and failing to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion. Each were fined R30 000.00 of which R 15 000.00 was suspended until the end of the s season. Kaizer Chiefs FC was found guilty of bringing the League into disrepute and was fined R100 000.00, of which R25 000.00 was suspended. In addition, the club was ordered to pay an amount of R25 000.00 which had been conditionally suspended in respect of a previous offence earlier in the season. The three respondents were ordered to pay their share of the costs of the sitting.
Bloemfontein Celtic were also in the dock. The club was charged with failing to give opponents, SuperSport United FC access to their change rooms four hours prior their Absa Premiership fixture at the Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium on 16 March. The club was sentenced to a fine of R30 000.00 suspended for the remainder of the season and ordered to pay their share of the costs of the sitting.