Arendse warns CSA

File: Norman Arendse, a former CSA president, urged administrators to act before it is too late.

File: Norman Arendse, a former CSA president, urged administrators to act before it is too late.

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JOHANNESBURG - Norman Arendse has written an open letter to Cricket South Africa (CSA), expressing his disappointment at their shenanigans.

Arendse, a former CSA president, urged administrators to act before it is too late.

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The legal heavyweight has listed a number of concerns, including maladministration and a lack of leadership.

He also touched on the ongoing dispute with the South African Cricketer's Association, and the recent dispute with Western Province Cricket, which ended in a humiliating loss for the governing body at arbitration.

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According to Arendse, the last straw is the recent banning of several highly respected cricket journalists covering the Mzansi Super League.

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