Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa said Sascoc is in 'a very unhealthy and unhygienic situation'.
The government wants change at the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) - as soon as possible.
Mthethwa was referring to issues raised by Zulman and his panel‚ which was critical of Sascoc leadership and the way it conducted its business.
Sascoc vice-president Barry Hendricks said the board was in agreement with the minister and pointed out that none of the proposed changes were in conflict with the Olympic Charter. Some recommendations‚ however‚ would require constitutional changes.
“It is clear from our side that change must happen and change must happen quickly‚” said Hendricks.Read more: Times LIVE
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