Cricket SA and former secretary face off in court

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Welsh Gwaza won't go down without a fight. Photo: Facebook/SAICA
Welsh Gwaza won't go down without a fight. Photo: Facebook/SAICA


A legal confrontation is brewing between Cricket SA (CSA) and its former company secretary, Welsh Gwaza.

The two parties could face off in the labour court after Gwaza was acquitted by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on 23 charges out of the 25 he faced, including gross insubordination and breaches of the Companies Act.

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