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REVEALED | Letters show how things fell apart between CSA's Members' Council and interim board

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Constitutional Court Judge, Justice Zak Yacoob at Wits University on March 6, 2013.
Constitutional Court Judge, Justice Zak Yacoob at Wits University on March 6, 2013.
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Almost from the moment Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa walked off the stage after his 30 October announcement, the forced relationship between Cricket South Africa's (CSA's) Members' Council and the new interim board disintegrated.

Back and forth letters between the CSA Members' Council and the interim board, chaired by Judge Zak Yacoob, seen by Sport24, revealed the extent of the impasse that led to the former pulling the plug on the latter's services.

READ | CSA Members' Council cling on

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