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Now here's something strange: an article in the Citizen dated 13 August 2009 states that Press Ombudsman Joe Thloloe ordered the Sunday Times to publish an apology for articles published last year about Athletics SA (ASA) president Leonard Chuene and his personal assistant (PA), Humile Bogatsu. HereThis was 5 days before Caster Semenya won the women's 800 m. Why would Chuene have a go at the Sunday Times just before the race about a story that appeared one and a half years ago? Is the huge fuss about gender testing and allegations of racism just a smokescreen to divert attention away from wide scale corruption and abuse of power at ASA?Remember this article in the Sunday Times in March last year?****Athletics SA boss Leonard Chuene allegedly sent his secretary lurid SMSs and organised her a fat pay rise.