OPINION | A long way from stability in sporting boardrooms

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CSA and other federations should continuously seek to improve governance - legal instruments are not enough, says Matodzi Ratshimbilani.

The ink was hardly dry on the third time appointment of Norman Arendse SC as an independent director of Cricket South Africa (CSA) and he was already explaining his role or lack thereof in the recent goings-on at CSA, which culminated into a public spat with the Minister of Sport and threatened the existence of CSA in the South African sports landscape.

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