According to kickoff.com, the PSL has charged GladAfrica Championship outfit Royal Eagles for failing to pay players' salaries.
Eagles players downed tools last week and vowed not to attend training until they received their salaries.
According to a source close to the KwaZulu-Natal side, their owner Sbu Mpisane appeared before the League's DC last week.
However, the hearing ended up being postponed until 30 March because the disciplinary committee demanded further particulars to the charge sheet.
According to NSL rules: 'Where a Member Club is found guilty in terms of Rule 15.2 its opponent in that match will receive a walkover [3-0 win], unless the Disciplinary Committee considers that a different sanction may be more appropriate.'