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At long last, movement in the Moroe case

"I would like to stress that the board is treating this matter with urgency and is committed to bring it to immediate conclusion." - Nenzani © Getty

It's been almost seven months since Cricket South Africa (CSA) suspended chief executive Thabang Moroe on claims of misconduct. That's nearly 30 weeks ago. Or 4,968 hours. Or 298,080 minutes. Or 17,884,800 seconds.

And all the while Moroe, his employers and important aspects of cricket's operations have been in limbo, not least because, thanks to the board, the forensic investigators appointed in the case weren't able to ...

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