Mpengesi, who unveiled 16 new players and handed over a house to a family in Deberha, Engcobo in the Eastern Cape, with premier Oscar Mabuyane as part of Mandela Day this week, said there is no need to fix what is not broken.
“When it comes to the PSL, why must we fix what is not broken? There is nothing that is broken there, unlike at Safa. The PSL is a well-oiled machine, we have sponsors left, right and centre and we are the best league in Africa.
“We can learn from them so that one day when they no longer have the strength to do what they are doing now we can continue to keep this brand at this level.
“For me, my prayer is that Irvin Khoza can live forever, because he is doing a lot of good for us as owners of the clubs. As owners of the clubs, we are even going to persuade him to stand again for the next term, because that machine is not broken and why fix it? There is no reason for that.”