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ANALYSIS | Acrimony set to continue between Parliament and CSA over Fundudzi report

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After being handed the full Fundudzi Forensic Services report into the affairs of Cricket South Africa (CSA) last week, some members of the parliamentary sports portfolio committee have armed themselves for another acrimonious battle during Tuesday's meeting.

This time last week, Parliament held a rancorous meeting with CSA directors, where the latter were stopped dead in their tracks during a presentation by audit and risk sub-committee chair Marius Schoeman by MPs demanding, instead, to hear when they would get the full Fundudzi report.

So forthright were MPs in their demand for the full report, and equally dismissive of the summary report compiled by CSA attorneys Bowmans, that Schoeman said he would resign if the CSA board failed to deliver to Parliament the full report by close of business Friday.

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