Side Entry | Sascoc vs CSA a case of the pot and the kettle

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Acting CSA CEO Kugandrie Govender called a staff meeting and told CSA’s employees that not only was Sascoc not in charge, but that it was business as usual.
Acting CSA CEO Kugandrie Govender called a staff meeting and told CSA’s employees that not only was Sascoc not in charge, but that it was business as usual.

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It’s the kind of reassurance one would expect from a leader, particularly the day after the mother body of the country’s sporting codes declares it’s taking over the running of your organisation and plans to set up a task team to investigate wide-ranging issues in a sport that seems to deal in nothing but scandals these days.

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