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ANALYSIS | Weekend of long knives at CSA amid resolution to dissolve board

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CSA acting president Beresford Williams.
CSA acting president Beresford Williams.
(Johan Rynners/Gallo Images)

Cricket South Africa (CSA) is going into a weekend of long knives and probably a clash of heads among reticent directors, following the Members' Council decision to dissolve the board last Thursday.

The decision is meant to be ratified on Sunday after deliberations and legal consultation, with CSA company secretary Welsh Gwaza believed to be studiously advising the Members' Council on the legal repercussions of whatever decision is finalised.

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