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Municipality’s dodgy sand scandal

Lepelle-Nkumpi allegedly paid millions to illegal miners for gravel to use in major building projects

ASA’s new head in place to fix troubled body

Frik Vermaak has been named chief executive of Athletics South Africa after holding off 25 other candidates for the post.

ASA gets new head after months of scandal

James Evans was elected as the new president of Athletics South Africa on Saturday, replacing suspended head Leonard Chuene.

Athletics SA sets final nominee list

Athletics SA has distributed the final list of nominees to its members for the federation's vacant positions of president and vice-president.

Mbalula warns against infighting and corruption

Sports and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula has called for less infighting and corruption in national sporting federations.

Athletics boss Chuene fired

Leonard Chuene, the athletics boss at the centre of the Caster Semenya gender scandal, has been fired and banned from the sport for seven years.

Chuene vows to fight on, says ‘justice will be done’

Suspended Athletics South Africa president Leonard Chuene says he will return to the courts to fight the findings of a disciplinary inquiry panel.

‘Greed and corruption’ at ASA

A disciplinary inquiry report has revealed the extent of the mismanagement under the leadership of Leonard Chuene

Chuene ‘broke every rule in the book’, says report

Suspended Athletics SA president Leonard Chuene repeatedly went against the ASA constitution during his time at its head, according to a report.

Suspended ASA trio to seek legal advice

Suspended ASA vice-president Kakata Maponyane says he will seek advice before deciding whether to appeal the verdict of an inquiry panel.

Sascoc waits on report of Chuene inquiry

Sascoc will receive a final report in January on the outcome of the disciplinary inquiry into Athletics SA chairperson Leonard Chuene.

Leonard Chuene fails in bid to get job back

An application by suspended Athletics SA president Leonard Chuene for interim relief of his suspension was dismissed in court on Monday.

Chuene vs Sascoc will run and run

The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has a long battle ahead before it can put an end to the Caster Semenya saga.

Chuene accused of ‘gross misconduct’ in Semenya affair

Suspended athletics boss Leonard Chuene committed "gross misconduct" by allowing Caster Semenya to run last year, MPs heard on Tuesday.

Former M&G reporter named sports journalist of the year

Former <em>Mail & Guardian</em> sports reporter Lucky Sindane was named SAB Sports Journalist of the Year on Monday evening.

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