Comrades House finally resolves board impasse

2012-12-06 00:00

ALL is well at Comrades House again after a special general meeting at Scottsville Primary School last night put an end to the confusion that has surrounded the election of the Comrades Marathon Association’s new board.

But after intervention by the national Sports Ministry, all the parties involved sat down together earlier this week and came to a compromise. The result saw all of last night’s nominations — for chairperson, vice-chairperson and seven board positions — filled without any opposition. No fewer than seven nominated members withdrew from the voting process.

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