WORST OF TIMES
CSA is limping along with no direction or firm plan
There is a lot at stake surrounding Saturday’s AGM but don’t expect any hard and fast outcomes
Cricket SA’s (CSA) continued journey on the path to enlightenment is by no means a fait accompli.
Last week the sports minister Nathi Mthethwa trumpeted the cricket administration’s arrival on track to good governance. CSA’s members council (MC), after much procrastination and prevarication, had finally agreed to the appointment of an independent chairperson for CSA’s board and majority representation from independent ranks on that body.
That, however, passed by a paper thin majority on the 14-member MC and still has to be ratified at CSA’s AGM, where a two-thirds majority will be required before it can come into effect. There were two abstentions...