While there haven't been any official statements from the West Indies Cricket Board or the players, newspaper reports in the Caribbean suggest the salary strike has been resolved for the most part.
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has expressed a desire for the tour to South Africa at the end of the year to go ahead, saying he was confident of the salary dispute being resolved before that time.
The BCCI have put a 42 million US dollar price tag on the West Indies tour abandonment, writing to the WICB to say they were owed that money, and the Windies board had 15 days to respond or else face legal action.
ICC executive committee chairman Wally Edwards says the ICC are looking to help the West Indies resolve their current salary strike crisis, and that the Windies as an entity will not be lost.
South Africa's domestic T20 competition, the Ram Slam T20 Challenge, will begin at the Wanderers Stadium on Sunday with a strong Caribbean Calypso flavour to it, given the glut of West Indies signatures.