Cricket SA addressing transformation as part of 25th anniversary

Transformation and match-fixing continue to be challenges for Cricket SA, as it celebrates it's 25 year anniversary.

702's John Robbie spoke to Chief Executive Officer of Cricket SA, Haroon Logart, about the challenges facing the organisation.

Gulam Bodi was served a 20- year ban from any cricket-related activities after attempting to fix matches ahead of the Ram Slam T20 series. Investigations are still ongoing.

Listen to the interview below:

The more you speak about it, the more you put fear into people who are coming forward to help with the investigation. The less the media say about it, the people trust the process better.

Haroon Logart, Cricket SA CEO
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