Two men to appear in court over Durban stadium violence

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After the final whistle of the Nedbank Cup semi-final between hosts Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars, hundreds of fans invaded the pitch and the security officers were unable to cope adequately with the rampaging fans.

After the final whistle of the Nedbank Cup semi-final between hosts Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars, hundreds of fans invaded the pitch and the security officers were unable to cope adequately with the rampaging fans.

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After the final whistle of the Nedbank Cup semi-final between hosts Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars, hundreds of fans invaded the pitch and the security officers were unable to cope adequately with the rampaging fans.

After the final whistle of the Nedbank Cup semi-final between hosts Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars, hundreds of fans invaded the pitch and the security officers were unable to cope adequately with the rampaging fans.

DURBAN - Two men arrested in connection with violence at the Moses Mabhida Stadium will appear in the Durban Magistrate&39;s Court.

Angry fans invaded the pitch after Kaizer Chiefs lost 2-0 to Free State Stars on Saturday.

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The PSL slammed those involved in the widely-condemned incident, in which 16 people, including a security guard, were injured, and called for those responsible to be held accountable.

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Moses Mabhida Stadium management is still assessing the extent of damage to infrastructure.