Johannesburg - The disciplinary hearing of suspended Athletics SA (ASA) chief executive Frik Vermaak will continue on Friday.
"The hearing is not yet finished. It will carry on Friday," ASA president James Evans said after the first day of the hearing in Johannesburg on Thursday.
Initially set to have been held on Monday, the hearing was delayed after a break-in at the ASA head office in Houghton last week. Computers and other ASA property were stolen.
Vermaak, appointed in December, is charged with alleged misappropriation of funds and dishonesty relating to his employment credentials.