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Sporting disputes resolved
- Updated: September 21, 2011
Two disputes involving the sports of power boating and aerobics fitness have been successfully resolved after meetings convened under the guidance of South Africa’s Olympic governing body SASCOC this weekend.
The two meetings were held in Johannesburg on Saturday and Sunday.
At the first meeting on Saturday it was unanimously agreed by all the parties involved in the previous dispute relating to the sport of Power Boating, that their dispute has been resolved in all aspects.
All the parties concerned will now move forward to continue to unify the sport under the structure known as Powerboat South Africa (PSA) with the guidance and support of SASCOC.
In the second meeting on Sunday, it was also unanimously agreed by all the parties involved in the previous dispute relating to the sport of Aerobics Fitness that their dispute has been resolved in all aspects and that all the parties will now move forward to continue to unify the sport under the structure known as South Africa Sport Aerobics Fitness Federation (SASAFF), with the guidance and support of SASCOC.
It was also further resolved that an Interim Committee under the Presidency of Mr Keith Barends, the President of SASAFF, will now be put in place until SASAFFs Annual General Meeting to be held in 2012.