South Africa is in a state of emergency as of the end of March and the country is in an extremely dire situation.
The country is facing a potential humanitarian crisis and the South African government is facing criticism for the delays in the distribution of food and medicine.
South Africa has also faced a growing wave of protests and civil unrest.
In fact, the current government in South Africa and the current president have both been accused of having a role in the unrest and the government is not taking kindly to the criticism.
The South African Football Association (SAFF) is calling for the release of the former head of the anti-apartheid organisation, the Anti-Apartheid Movement, John Williams.
Williams was recently detained by the National Police Service (NPS) on charges of being a member of a criminal organisation.
Williams has been detained since the start of the year and has been accused by the NPS of plotting to overthrow the government.
Williams is currently in custody in Pretoria, South Africa.
He has been charged with the kidnapping of Ntokozo Qwabe, a member and former president of the South Africa Football Federation (SafF).
In the meantime, the NPA is threatening to kill him and will continue to do so until the arrest of Williams.
If the Npas demand is not met, Williams will be killed and his body will be placed in the Pretoria Stadium where it will be flown to South America.
The NPA has also threatened to kill other footballers and other members of the public.
As a member, Williams was also charged with using his position of authority to commit crimes, which would constitute a crime in South America and would constitute criminal offences in South African law.
As of the start and end of February, the SAFF has called for the immediate release of Williams and has demanded that he be released immediately.
If this is not done, Williams and the other members who have been charged should be released and their bodies placed in a specially-constructed vehicle that will be brought to South American authorities.
SAFF president and chief executive of the football association, David Dagg, has been calling for a boycott of South Africa for several months now and he is still calling for Williams to be released.
The SAFF also called for an end to the arrests of its members and supporters.
As part of its demands for Williams release, the SAPS has accused the SAFC of having failed to inform the NFP of the alleged involvement of Npas members in the assassination of Ntpohue Ngwane, an African National Congress (ANC) member who was shot in the head in February.
The SAPS is also demanding the immediate removal of the Npohue statue in the stadium.
The current government has not been happy with the Nps refusal to release the Npr and the NPP’s decision to hold the vote on the Nppohue case at the end, which they say is an attempt to undermine the democratic process in the country.
The President of the National Party (NPP), Khosi Phatambe, has also called on the SAF to release Williams and to release all of its supporters.
South African footballers, however, have remained silent about the situation and the national team has not played a single match in the current South African World Cup.
However, with South Africa in an emergency situation, a national team player, a coach and several members of its squad have decided to participate in the World Cup qualifier against Italy.
This match is being called “South Africa vs Italy”, which is scheduled for March 5, 2018.
This World Cup has been called as a “second chance” to South Africans who have failed to attend a tournament they would normally participate in.
However South African fans are already feeling the heat of the crisis.
While the Saffs players are expected to play a full 90 minutes against the Italians, the rest of the team is expected to sit on the bench and watch the match.
Many South Africans have also been calling on their supporters to boycott the World Cups.
On Thursday, the South Africans FA released a statement that said that all players have been informed and that the national side will continue their preparations and will play without delay.
The players have also agreed to meet with the SouthAfrica football team and the SABCA on Friday morning.
A similar meeting was also scheduled for Sunday afternoon, with the players attending the SABS football team’s training session on Friday.
This is the second World Cup match to be called in South Afrika, as it will take place in the same venue on Sunday.
The team that will take on the Italians has already been booked.
The squad is made up of two players from the Soweto based football team, as well as one from the former SAFF-led team, which has been renamed the South Afrikan Football Union (SAFU).
The Saffas team will be made up entirely of former