Ramaphosa's decision to merge sport with arts and culture questionable, says administrator Willie Basson

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Nathi Mthethwa
Nathi Mthethwa

Sport in South Africa has, in general, dug itself in the hole it finds itself in.

Cricket South Africa's (CSA) governance structure has imploded, umbrella body Sascoc can't hold elections due to squabbles and still needs to fully implement recommendations from the Zulman report and Tennis SA needs to investigate two board members.

Meanwhile, virtually every code in the country is scrambling to deal with their respective transformation legacies as the Black Lives Matter movement continues to sweep through.

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