Nyoka to consider legal action

2011-09-05 18:06

Johannesburg - After receiving none of the documents he requested from Cricket SA (CSA) by Monday afternoon, its president Mtutuzeli Nyoka said he would consider taking legal action.

"I have not received anything from them yet," Nyoka said.

"They indicated that I could go to the CSA offices [in Johannesburg] to view the documents, but I think we all have an obligation to study these documents, not only view them.

"These are legal documents and we all have a right to receive unconditional answers, but obviously we're not all on the same page."

Nyoka, who did not attend the CSA AGM in Port Elizabeth last month, asked for a copy of a report compiled by advocate Azhar Bham on the findings of a KPMG forensic audit.

At the AGM, CSA CEO Gerald Majola was again slapped on the wrist for not clearing bonus payments through correct CSA channels, but was let off for the second time despite breaching the Companies Act on multiple occasions.

CSA hoped Bham's findings would bring an end to a long-running feud between Nyoka and Majola, and it said the matter was considered closed.

Nyoka said he would consider filing an application against CSA at the High Court in Johannesburg.

"I have to make a decision now on my response to this matter," Nyoka said.

"One option is to take legal action, but there are other options. I will make a decision by the end of the week."


  • SA Sucks - 2011-09-05 18:41

    Black fingers

      rams - 2011-09-08 08:54

      There is one thug that is protected to death in Criket South Africa which is Gerald Majola. He is corrupting CSA to death and he is protect by his cronies in parliament.The truth is he squandered millions of rands from the IPL when it was held in South Africa and none of the affiliates know where the money is and even the president of CSA. He is trying by all means to get rid of the Predident of CSA to cover his tracks. He is a theif and must be arrested.

  • SaintBruce - 2011-09-05 19:09

    There used to be a division of the SAPS that investigates commercial crimes (breaches of the Companies Act etc.) so I wonder where they are now? There much to be answered for by the members of the "Cricket Club" management. They call for transformation - of what? Their bank account balances? Scandal upon scandal without a hint of shame. Is that how they 'play' the game?

  • theodore.kok - 2011-09-05 19:16

    wont you give it a rest and consentrate on cricket please stop trying to out wit one another

      roboman1 - 2011-09-05 20:01

      no, fire Majola and then move on. theodore, only the obtuse choose to ignore gross maladministration and probable fraud and say "move on" No my firend, fire Majola and then move

  • Collitjies - 2011-09-05 19:33

    It appears that all sports bodies are feathering their own nests. Giving members massive bonuses for doing absolutely nothing, come on you fat cats get a life and leave the cash in the cookie jar where it belongs. I'm pretty sure all these guys are getting fat salaries and expensive motor vehicles to cart their families and friends around in.

  • PinkAndProud - 2011-09-06 02:27

    Nyoka, what a gentleman! Please, on behalf of the SA public, nail Majola along with the CSA board. Enough is enough.

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