Lloyd Burnard | SA Rugby must take lessons from Cricket SA and honour its public duty

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Lloyd Burnard
Lloyd Burnard

SA Rugby is facing a crucial moment in how it deals with the dark cloud hovering over CEO Jurie Roux, writes Lloyd Burnard.

Administratively, Cricket South Africa has been dragged through the mud for nearly three years now. 

CEOs have come and gone, sponsors have pulled out, entire boards have been replaced, government intervention has threatened the game's very existence, and the sport has had to investigate its history of inequality, discrimination and exclusion in the most public way. 

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