Sascoc give Nyoka, CSA ultimatum

2011-04-30 00:00

JOHANNESBURG — Mthuthuzeli Nyoka and Cricket SA (CSA) have until next Wednesday to settle their differences, or have the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) do so for them, reports Business Day.

That was the outcome of a meeting in Pretoria on Thursday between Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula and the CSA board. AK Khan, CSA’s vice-president, led the board’s delegation.

Dr Nyoka, CSA’s president, did not attend.

Mbalula’s spokesperson, Paena Galane, said the minister would meet Nyoka separately next week. “The minister has urged the two parties to meet urgently and to sort it out on their own. If they fail to come to an amicable solution, SASCOC will be brought into the equation,” Galane said.

On Monday, SASCOC said it would consider conducting an investigation following claims that millions of rand are missing from CSA’s coffers. — Sport24.

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