OPINION | Time up! CSA's shrinking window to do what is best for cricket

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Beresford Williams
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Cricket South Africa (CSA)'s leadership has long been broken; battered, bruised and now out of puff.

Wednesday's announcement from Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa that government would be officially intervening in the running of the organisation was perhaps the final, killer blow for an administration that has been reeling ever since December 2019.

Just how we got here is a question that will take many more months to unpack, with Fundudzi's 500-page independent review into CSA having interrogated a four-year period from 2016-2019.

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