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CSA board member John Mogodi this week went against the grain by claiming the organisation’s much-maligned board of directors were the right people to take the game forward and out of its current crisis-a-week existence
CSA board member John Mogodi this week went against the grain by claiming the organisation’s much-maligned board of directors were the right people to take the game forward and out of its current crisis-a-week existence

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The comments made by Mogodi – a registered accountant who is also the president and chair of the board of Limpopo Impala Cricket – come after widespread calls for the CSA board to resign en masse in the wake of a crisis of leadership that has seen the game in consistent meltdown mode since December.

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