President of the ANCYL Julius Malema is in full support of Athletics South Africa (ASA) president Leonard Chuene, pin pointing upon sponsors such as Nedbank to remain loyal to the organization.
"We believe that attempts to remove him as president for his genuine attempts to protect Caster Semenya are opportunistic and should be rejected," Malema told reporters in
Malema also mentioned he had met with Chuene to discuss the Semenya gender testing saga and that he had offered to resign if that was what the country’s leadership wanted.
Malema said the ANC Youth League told Chuene there would be no need for him to resign.
Malema also called on sponsors to remain loyal to ASA.
"Nedbank is threatening to withdraw... let them withdraw ...
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