Our debt-to-GDP ratio is growing, we're running a problematic current account deficit, state-owned companies are a drag on the economy and our bloated public service wage bill needs to be trimmed. We're running out of money, and fast.
The South African Cricketers' Association has taken Cricket South Africa to court over a planned domestic restructure.
The South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA) has responded to CSA's announcement regarding austerity plans and the restructuring of domestic cricket into 12 teams.
CSA and SACA have signed off MOU18, the agreement which covers benefits and conditions of employment for all professional cricketers in South Africa
SACA have congratulated CSA on a successful T20 GL draft and remain hopeful it would aid player retention in South Africa.
Cape Cobras cricketers are not happy with the decision to extend head coach Paul Adams’ contract.
The South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) has placed the blame for the lack of cricket between SA and Zimbabwe squarely at the feet of the ICC.
South Africa are reluctant to play a day-night Test during their tour of Australia as they have no experience with the pink ball.
CSA have congratulated Tony Irish on his appointment as executive chairperson of the Federation of International Cricketers’ Association.
SA Cricketers’ Association chief Tony Irish outlines to Rob Houwing the potentially dire effects here of a realignment of world power.
The Proteas will have some hefty bank balances to show for their efforts in beating Australia in both the Test and ODI series'.
The South African Cricketers' Association could launch a legal route against CSA if the cricket board fails to comply and engage in mediation.
CSA will have to get the South African Cricketers Association on board before any changes to the current domestic landscape can happen.
The South African Cricketers' Association have raised fresh concerns over their relationship with Cricket South Africa.
Amidst rumblings over procedural issues as the T20 Global League nears, the SA players’ body is aiding ‘robust regulations’ for its integrity, writes Rob Houwing.
The South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA) have responded to the Cricket South Africa (CSA) findings in its anti-corruption investigation.
An extra monetary reward was not the reason for the Proteas changing their minds on playing a day-night Test against Australia.
The introduction of a pink ball in a day-night test should be viewed as a one-off experiment said Tony Irish.
CSA say they have anti-corruption codes in place and players are expertly educated about the dangers of bookmakers’ advances.
Tony Irish, chief executive of the SA Cricketers' Association, asks, "where will the game be in five to ten years time?"
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