Controversial former University of the Witwatersrand SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was denied bail in .
IN A new development, Michael "Sponge" Seme, Caster Semenya's coach, has denied reports that he had allegedly sent her to a private clinic in Pretoria for gender tests.
"I know nothing about the alleged tests. I wonder where such reports emanate from. To start with, not even a single journalist has spoken to me."
Harold Adams, the medical doctor who allegedly advised ASA to withdraw Semenya from the World Championships, could not be reached for comment.
Adams is a member of the IAAF medical commission.
Sport and Recreation Minister Makhenkesi Stofile said they were disappointed in the manner in which the IAAF had handled the Semenya matter.
Stofile said there would be "World War Three" should the IAAF do any gender tests on Semenya, adding that IAAF president Lamine Diack would be coming to South Africa next month.
Diack is also expected to meet President Jacob Zuma, whom he is reported to have asked to persuade Leonard Chuene to withdraw his resignation from the IAAF executive.