Investigation into Sascoc
MORE explosive revelations are expected today during the second day of the ministerial commission of inquiry into wideranging maladministration at the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee today in Johannesburg.
This after the sitting on the first day saw witnesses reveal some pertinent issues during the inquiry, which is being led by retired judge Ralph Zulman, assisted by veteran cricket administrator Ali Bacher and labour law expert Shamima Gaibie.
Multiple witnesses gave testimony under oath to the committee of inquiry and are expected to do so when others are called to testify in the second day.
After the conclusion of the first day on Monday, Zulman said he had got the impression from the witnesses that the sports governing body was dysfunctional.
“Of course, we are going to have to hear the other side of the story. We are only concerned with the truth,” Zulman said.
During the first day of the sitting, witnesses who testified highlighted how the association had made it difficult for sporting codes to perform efficiently.
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