Full report or I quit, vows Cricket SA board member Schoeman

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Full report or I quit, vows Cricket SA board member Schoeman

Proceedings on Tuesday were tense over failure to avail unrestricted access to the forensic investigation report

Tiisetso Malepa

Cricket SA (CSA) crumbled under pressure in parliament on Tuesday and agreed to hand over an unedited version of the highly-sought forensic investigation report to the members of the portfolio committee on sports‚ arts and culture before the end of business on Friday.

CSA had an emergency council meeting on Tuesday while a delegation was being grilled by the members of the portfolio on the organisation’s failure to avail unrestricted access to the forensic investigation report.

Acting CSA president Beresford Williams led a seven-member strong delegation before the sports committee, presenting a summarised version instead of the full report to its members. But its members were not interested...

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