In a twist to the saga around Tendai Ndoro‚ the Premier Soccer League (PSL) is demanding that Ajax Cape Town agree to an arbitration hearing before the end of the week, even as the club prepares for one of its most important games. A letter from PSL prosecutor Nande Becker‚ sent to the clubs on Tuesday‚ insisted that Ajax agree to an arbitration hearing on Thursday and Friday or‚ if necessary on the weekend‚ but before next week’s end-of-season promotion-relegation play-offs. This is despite the club looking to focus its energies on Saturday’s must-win match against Kaizer Chiefs at the Cape Town Stadium where it is hoping to avoid finishing second last in the PSL standings‚ and being forced into the play-offs. Becker insisted that Ajax must accept the first of three arbitrators who had been put forward for them to choose from‚ because the other two were not available this week. Parties to an arbitration are given a choice of three arbitrators‚ usually senior advocates‚ to hear the ...

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