Still out there batting
27 April 2012 | The Citizen
It is right that these unwarranted – and you could argue unearned – monies should be repaid and that if criminality can indeed be proved, sentences handed down.
But somehow, there remains the feeling that, with former CEO Gerald Majola on suspension and AK Khan out of the picture after the resignations of acting president of this country’s controlling body, CSA, and chairman of the audit committee John Blair, the air still carries a taint of a cover-up.
The latest acting president of CSA, Willie Basson, is on record as saying that it would be difficult for the provincial heads who made up – and continue to make up the association’s executive to step down.
Basson seemingly bases this on a question of who would make decisions if the members of the executive were to depart.
This politely sidesteps the issue that collectively, the executive effectively served as a rubber stamp at CSA, and that no one in their unions is capable of taking over.
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