Gaxa’s agent Glyn Binkin confirmed to Phakaaathi that the matter, which is in front of a South African Football Association Dispute Resolution chamber, had been postponed to October 18.
Kaizer Chiefs announced last year that Gaxa had signed a two-year contract extension at the club. At the end of May, however, Chiefs claimed that Gaxa was available on a free transfer as his contract had come to an end.
Gaxa then took the matter to the DRC, but it seems he will now have to wait a while longer for a verdict.
“They have set aside, October 18 and 19,” said Binkin.
“So I think it will get done then.”