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Welsh Gwaza, ICC matters at the root of Ramela's legal battle with CSA and sports ministry

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Former Constitutional Court Judge Zak Yacoob at Wits University on March 6, 2013.
Former Constitutional Court Judge Zak Yacoob at Wits University on March 6, 2013.
(Gallo Images/The Times/Moeletsi Mabe)

Cricket South Africa's (CSA) International Cricket Council (ICC) representation and the handling of company secretary Welsh Gwaza's suspension is at the heart of Omphile Ramela's court application against CSA and the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture, contesting his removal from the board last month.

This was revealed in court papers which Ramela filed in the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. CSA's interim board said in a statement on Wednesday that it received the papers.

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