Ad-hoc committee to run ASA
This was announced on Sunday after a meeting in Pretoria hosted by Cheikh Thiare.
This was announced on Sunday after a lengthy meeting in Pretoria hosted by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF)'s Cheikh Thiare.
Thiare is in the country to work on a resolution to take the ASA forward after months of allegations of mismanagement and poor leadership between two different factions both trying to hold onto power.
Thiare has emphasised the point that the ASA is one big family and that this is not how families act.
Some important resolutions came out of Sunday's meeting, the biggest one being the fact that the faith of athletics in South Africa has now been placed in the hands of an ad-hoc committee.
The group, which will consist of between five to seven people, will be given a three month window to settle the failing ASA ship and set up new elections.
The members of the ad-hoc committee are not known yet although it has been confirmed that whoever serves on that board, can't stand in future elections.