OPINION | CSA's transformation blueprint must heed calls of players

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Kugandrie Govender (Gallo)
Kugandrie Govender (Gallo)

Cricket South Africa's (CSA) new leadership, in a desperate attempt to convince government that it is on the right track in its commitment to transformation, has pulled the trigger on a decision that has raised more question marks over the direction the game is taking. 

In a meeting with the Department of Sport on Monday, CSA told government that, at a national level, a moratorium on the use of white coaching consultants would be adopted. 

There is no signed agreement, and there is no indication as to how long the policy will last, but it is the way forward for now in an effort to speed up the transformation process. 

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