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ANALYSIS | Has Cricket SA undermined the Fundudzi Report?

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Thabang Moroe (Gallo)
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After last week's faux attempt to play nice with each other, Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) left the cricket-loving public none-the-wiser about the impasse surrounding the release of the Fundudzi Forensic Services report.

After axing their CEO Thabang Moroe using the so far publicly unseen – not even by Moroe's lawyers, apparently – details of Fundudzi's external audit report, CSA has now downplayed the impact of the contents therein.

Speaking to City Press, John Mogodi, a non-independent director, and one of the Members' Council representatives that were shoved to the foreground to answer to the media last week, implied that there were practically no adverse findings against any board members.

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