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IAAF president wants to end Semenya saga

International Association of Athletics Federation president Lamine Diack wants to kiss and make up over the Caster Semenya saga and, if ANC MPs have anything to do with it, they want him to apologise to the nation in Parliament.

A letter that Diack wrote to President Jacob Zuma in August about the Semenya controversy and another to Sport Minister Makhenkesi Stofile dated September, 2 were discussed by the ANC MPs.

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Diack asked the president for his support in finding "a solution that will prove to be both availing and amicable to the challenging situation that arose from the controversy surrounding your athlete Caster Semenya’s case"…..Read More

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