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CSA needs to repair its image, says Basson

CSA's acting president Willie Basson says he hopes to get rid of the negative public opinion of the organisation by finding out exactly what's wrong.

Players eye end to CSA shambles

Should Majola stay or should he go? Whatever happens, <b>Neil Manthorp</b> says South African cricket deserves a period of stability.

Testing times as players eye end to Cricket SA shambles

The Proteas will be seeking stability after the resignation of CSA's acting head and the end of the Nicholson probe, writes <b>Neil Manthorp</b>

Up goes the finger

Retired Judge Chris Nicholson says that Cricket South Africa administrators are corrupt and has also recommended that the Gerald Majola be suspended.

Majola’s future at CSA remains uncertain

CSA's chief executive Gerald Majola's fate may not be settled at a board of directors' meeting in Johannesburg over the weekend.

Cricket South Africa top dogs abandon ship

Acting Cricket South Africa president AK Khan and CSA audit and risk committee chairperson John Blair have resigned over the CSA bonus scandal.

CSA’s acting president resigns

Acting president of Cricket South Africa AK Khan has announced his resignation from the post, saying "it's time for change and for new leadership".

Mbalula: Act to stop SA becoming a banana republic

Despite receiving threats over the CSA debacle, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says he can't let the matter go, lest the entire country fall apart.

Committee to investigate CSA audit

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula will appoint a committee to look into a KPMG audit's findings against Cricket South Africa.

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