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Mbalula lauds CSA quota policy

2013-10-12 14:01
Fikile Mbalula (Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - While cricket continued to prosper, development remained a priority, sports minister Fikile Mbalula said at CSA’s annual general meeting in Johannesburg on Saturday.

"I now invite you to join us in our journey to develop the sport in earnest and not just pay lip-service to development at grassroots levels," he said.

"But to me, development is important and we need to theorise and define plans.

"In comparison with other sports, cricket has come to the party.

"The question, however, is where are Africans in all of this?

However, Mbalula said cricket was on the right path and not doing badly considering what it wanted to achieve.

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