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.

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.