Cricket

CSA condemns Nyoka's actions

2011-09-08 20:56
Mtutuzeli Nyoka (File)
Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) has reiterated its decision to make the legal opinion presented by Advocate Azhar Bham SC at its August 19 Board meeting available to all members of the Board, including the President, Mtutuzeli Nyoka.

Common courtesy dictates that all members undertake to inform the CEO of their intention to request an appointment to make available any document that such members so seek.

During the past two weeks Dr. Nyoka has not attempted to make an appointment with the CEO and his only contact with CSA has been a casual visit on Wednesday, September 7, when due to an administrative oversight, circumstances prevented his viewing of the document from taking place.

The Board also condemned the behaviour of Nyoka, who made serious allegations against CSA before taking leave of the Board meeting on Thursday, September 8, shortly after its start. He refused to take any questions from Board members in spite of being requested to do so.

Nyoka has also refused to use any of the dispute resolution mechanisms available to him in terms of CSA’s Articles. Consequently, the unanimous decision of the Board taken at the meeting of August 19/20 was deemed to be valid.

The Board unanimously decided to defend vigorously all legal actions instituted by Nyoka, or any other authority.
 

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