Cricket South Africa’s general council reaffirmed it’s backing of the transformation policy, which has been the point of contention in the public spat between the board president Norman Arendse and the national team coach Mickey Arthur.
A resolution at the meeting held on Saturday emphasised that the team to tour Bangladesh must be chosen by the selectors on the basis of the transformation policy and presented to the president as soon as possible.
The squad, which was to be announced last week, was apparently delayed since the touring team chosen had only four coloured players, and not the longstanding policy of seven in a squad comprising of 15 or more players.
Meanwhile, Gerald Majola, the CSA chief executive, has been asked to immediately look into the complaint against Arthur filed by Arendse before the South African team leaves for Bangladesh.
Source:Cricket NewsMore on:CSA, Micky Arthur, Norman Arendse, South Africa
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