The South African government has exercised its power to intervene in the running of the country’s cricket association, leaving it to face its “greatest crisis” since the end of apartheid.
Cricket South Africa’s interim board said on Friday it had received notice from sports minister Nathi Mthethwa that he had invoked a section of law allowing the government to take decisions out of the hands of sports officials when disputes can’t be resolved.
The move threatens South Africa’s teams because the…
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