We hear from Ashwin Willemse moments after SuperSport walkout investigation
20 June, 2018, 11:38 | Author: Heidi Alvarez
Ashwin Willemse was reluctant to offer his side of the story on Tuesday afternoon after advocate Vincent Maleka concluded his investigation into the events that led to the former Springbok winger's sensational walkout during a live broadcast at the Supersport studios on May 19.
In the letter, Willemse's attorneys maintained "that the May 19 incident was rooted in racism" and that Willemse informed the "CEOs on his submission to that effect".
"What comes out very clear is that Mr Willemse said he could not participate because he was not sure if the forum was the right one for evaluating the issues he wanted to ventilate".
MultiChoice CEO Calvo Mawela said Willemse was not happy with the forum created to resolve the matter and decided not to take part in the inquiry.
Former Springbok players Nick Mallett and Naas Botha were the panellists when Willemse walked out.
'It would be great if Ashwin could be moved ... where we don't have to work together.
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Egypt's Mohamed Salah waves for fans during a World Cup training session at Cairo global stadium on 9 June 2018. The forward also single-handedly carried Egypt into the World Cup for the first time since 1990.
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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein on Monday called on Washington to halt its " unconscionable " policy. A full pullout by the U.S. would leave the council without one of its traditional defenders of human rights.
Five different Senate committees minutely examined various aspects of the legalization bill, hearing from more than 200 witnesses. The Senate proposed 46 amendments to the Cannabis Act last week, 13 of which were rejected by the Liberal government last week.
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Trudeau has promised to retaliate against steel and aluminum tariffs the US has put on Canada's metals industries. Cross-border shopping is now being used by the US President to call NAFTA one of the worst trade deals ever made.
BJP pulls out of alliance with PDP in J&K
We tried our level-best to address that too. "We got the ceasefire implemented". "We didn't do this alliance for power". He further confirmed that Mufti has submitted her resignation (as J&K CM) to the Governor.
Beijing fires back in trade war with US
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Nabil Fekir to Liverpool
Asked to confirm whether he will remain at Lyon , Fekir added: "I am with the France team, I am happy to be here". But I honestly feel like before my injury, ' said Fekir. "We will see about all that later".
Gerrymandering cases disposed on technicalities
However, it's worth noting that Justice Anthony Kennedy , the key swing vote on the issue, still seems to be sitting on the fence. In addition to Wisconsin and Maryland, North Carolina has a gerrymandering case making its way through the courts.
Meghan and Harry attend Royal Ascot with the Queen
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AMD takes another stab at Intel
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Trump escalates China trade war with extra tariffs
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