IAAF sets Semenya June deadline - 14 May 2010
Lamine Diack, the president of world athletics governing body the IAAF president, has stated that a ‘solution’ will be reached by June in the case of South African 800m runner Caster Semenya. read more
The management board of Athletics South Africa (ASA) believes the governing body is back on track, six months after the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) stepped in to assist the organisation’s interim administrators. read more
Despite their handling of the Caster Semenya scandal and subsequent suspension from their roles, the outgoing board members of Athletics South Africa appear to have retained the support of their local governors if the provincial board elections in central Gauteng are anything to go by. read more
The legal team of Caster Semenya – the athlete at the centre of last year’s gender scandal - have rubbished claims that she intends suing the International Association of Athletics Federations for R900m for leaking information about gender testing that was being carried out on her. read more
Athletics South Africa (ASA) administrator Ray Mali has stated his belief that the federation’s primary sponsor Yellow Pages will renew its association within the next few weeks in a bid to calm fears that the ASA was in the middle of a financial crisis. read more
With relationships having been strained following the handling of the Caster Semenya gender scandal, SASOC president Gideon Sam and CEO Tubby Reddy declared that they had held a positive meeting with Lamine Diack, president of world athletics governing body the IAAF, in Monaco. read more
Ray Mali, the interim chief executive of Athletics South Africa (ASA), has expressed his satisfaction with progress made following the organisation’s first official meeting of the ad hoc committee which took over the running of the sport in the aftermath of the Caster Semenya gender row. read more
Ray Mali, the interim administrator of Athletics South Africa (ASA), has re-emphasised his faith that sponsors who openly questioned their support of the governing body over the handling of the Caster Semenya gender scandal will reaffirm their investment in due course. read more
Whether at the Sharks or at the Springboks, I am going to push for a place to start.
Bismarck du Plessis is ready for his return into the Springbok side after 10 months out with injury.