Heinz Schenk | Bizarrely, you can't blame CSA for further undermining international cricket

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CSA chief Pholetsi Moseki and chairperson Lawson Naidoo. (Photo by Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images)
CSA chief Pholetsi Moseki and chairperson Lawson Naidoo. (Photo by Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images)

Blame Cricket South Africa all you want for its controversial decision to cancel next year's ODI series against Australia. The reality is that it has no choice in further undermining bilateral international cricket because the survival of the local game depends on it. It's, bizarrely, as simple as that, writes Heinz Schenk. 

It says much for the bizarre world we live in that there's a side of me that's willing to absolve Cricket South Africa (CSA) of any blame for the controversial decision to cancel the Proteas' ODI series against Australia Down Under early next year.

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