Sitting on the other side of Molokwane was Jack Maluleke, the head of Safa's technical committee, who subsequently went down with 'flu-like symptoms.
"I had a terrible flu [after the meeting] at home. I've got an eight-year-old boy and my daughter is 17 and together with the wife, all four of us we were down with flu. So we were not aware of anything until we got the news that [Molokwane had tested positive].
"So we immediately went to the doctor to check ourselves but we were advised to go and do the tests ... The whole family has done the test and we thought we should quarantine ourselves," he said. Maluleke and his family got their results yesterday and they were all negative.
Safa acting CEO Gay Mokoena, Natasha Tsichlas, Mxolisi Sibam and Dominic Chimhavi were part of the Safa delegation. "We learnt of the positive status of [Molokwane] and as part of the initial precaution, decided all of us to go into self-quarantine," said Chimhavi.
Durban-based Skhosana said he underwent a test the day after the meeting having spent time at a Johannesburg airport hotel with lots of foreign travellers. "I did the test and I'm fine," he said on Friday morning, soon after training in his back yard.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) chair Khoza was self-isolating. "The safest thing is to isolate yourself. You can't do anything, if there are no signs you can't test."
Swimming SA president Alan Fritz and Tsholofelo Lejaka, CEO of professional boxing, took no chances despite greeting Molokwane with elbow shakes. "It was still a fresh and exciting thing," recalled Lejaka, who went for a test. His too came back negative.
Fritz decided not to take the test unless he developed symptoms. "I'm going to sit it out and see what happens. I've got no symptoms."
Cricket SA CEO Jacques Faul also is at home. "My wife actually checks my temperature every half an hour," he said. Mato Madlala, acting CEO of the PSL, is getting house calls from his doctor. "So far I am fine."