Ngezi Platinum have been hit with a fine after they travelled to South Africa in the pre-season without clearance from the PSL.
Madamburo featured in two international friendly games against Absa Premiership teams in Jo’burg in March.
The PSL had denied them the permission to travel to South Africa because they didn’t have some required documents but the club insisted after receiving a clearance from the Sports and Recreation Commission. They were found guilty of contravening the League’s rules and regulations and have been fined RTGS$10 000.
However, RTGS$3 000 have been suspended on condition the club doesn’t commit a similar offence this season.
Highlanders and Dynamos have also been slapped with fines.
Bosso’s offence rises from the crowd disturbances which occurred in the match against Chicken Inn on May 11 at Barbourfields Stadium.
The encounter was stopped for twenty minutes moments before the halftime after Highlanders supporters started throwing missiles and invading the pitch in protest over Chicken Inn’s second goal which they thought was from an offside position.
Highlanders will pay a fine of RTGS$4 000 with RTGS $2 000 suspended for the rest of the campaign.
The Glamour Boys’ charges are from the match which also involved the Gamecocks, played on April 13 at Rufaro Stadium.
The Dembare fans threw missiles on the pitch and disrupted the normal proceedings of the game.
The PSL summoned them but the club didn’t respond and were hit with a RTGS$8 000 fine.
An amount of RTGS$3 000, however, has been set aside on condition Dynamos will not commit a similar offence for the reminder of the season.