Senzo Meyiwa's father 'very angry' with Irvin Khoza

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Samuel Meyiwa and his sister Zanele at the memorial service for his son Senzo and athlete Mbulaeni Mulaudzi and boxer Phindiwe Mwelase. The three sports stars died over the space of three days.

Samuel Meyiwa and his sister Zanele at the memorial service for his son Senzo and athlete Mbulaeni Mulaudzi and boxer Phindiwe Mwelase. The three sports stars died over the space of three days.

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Samuel Meyiwa and his sister Zanele at the memorial service for his son Senzo and athlete Mbulaeni Mulaudzi and boxer Phindiwe Mwelase. The three sports stars died over the space of three days.

Samuel Meyiwa and his sister Zanele at the memorial service for his son Senzo and athlete Mbulaeni Mulaudzi and boxer Phindiwe Mwelase. The three sports stars died over the space of three days.

JOHANNESBURG – Sam Meyiwa, father of late Bafana Bafana keeper Senzo Meyiwa, has taken exception the Premier Soccer League (PSL) announcing that the insurance policy had been paid out for the slain shot-stopper before informing the family.

PSL chairman Irvin Khoza was reported to have said that they were in the process of informing the Meyiwa family.

“I am very angry at Khoza and the PSL for deciding to make this news public without informing us as family first….It is totally wrong what they did,” Meyiwa told The Citizen on Wednesday.

“I have in the past been trying to call Khoza and sent him messages but he never replied,” he said.