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Sacked in 2012

The past year has seen the axe fall on a number of controversial characters. The Mail & Guardian looks at 2012's high-profile job losses.

Players look ahead, board stuck in the past

Just when it seemed safe to go back into the water, the administrative sharks have returned to South African cricketing waters.

Majola sacked as Cricket South Africa CEO

Gerald Majola has been fired as chief executive of Cricket South Africa following an internal disciplinary hearing.

Cricket SA disciplinary finds Majola guilty

Suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola was found guilty in absentia on Wednesday by a disciplinary hearing.

Mbalula: I expected better from Majola

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has hit back at suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola for calling him an apartheid-style minister.

Majola withdraws from Cricket SA disciplinary

Suspended CSA CEO Gerald Majola withdrew from his disciplinary hearing on Wednesday in order to approach the Labour Court, his lawyers said.

CSA’s Majola free to take legal course

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says suspended CSA chief executive Gerald Majola has the constitutional right to use legal structures available to him.

Majola fails in bid to oust disciplinary chair

Suspended Cricket SA boss Gerald Majola has failed in his bid to remove John Myburgh as the independent chairperson of his disciplinary hearing.

Rebuilding South African cricket, ball by ball

We need a few good men (or women) to lead us out of the mess Cricket SA created. Fortunately Jacques Faul fits the bill, writes <b>Neil Manthorp</b>.

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