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ANALYSIS | Has the CSA interim board eroded public trust and credibility?

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Former Constitutional Court Judge Zak Yacoob.
Former Constitutional Court Judge Zak Yacoob.
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Series of events have deepened incredulity into whether Cricket South Africa's (CSA) interim board is capable of doing what it was brought in to do: clean up cricket's administration.

It wasn't going to be a cakewalk - but, increasingly, decisions made over the last four months have cast a pall over its ability to win back public trust and maintain credibility.

The latest episode, a Des van Rooyen-style lifting of chief commercial officer Kugandrie Govender's suspension last Friday and then suspending her again on Monday, left many feeling dubious.

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