England’s proposed trip to South Africa next month is in doubt after the country’s government served notice of its intention to intervene in the Proteas’ cricket administration.
South African Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa has written to the acting president of Cricket South Africa, Beresford Williams, highlighting long-running dissatisfaction at the governing body and an alleged “failure of leadership to effectively manage its affairs”
While Mthethwa says he sees “no value in any further engagement with CSA”, he has also offered it until October 27 to respond and argue against the intervention.
A statement from the department of sports, arts and culture read: “Minister Mthethwa strongly believes that there is great merit in creating an environment where sports problems are handled within the sports movement and accordingly wishes to offer them every possible opportunity to demonstrate their stated commitment to cooperate on a way forward for cricket.
“The ball is now
Watch: Three-tier lockdown to last until ‘after Christmas’
England’s incoming three-tier lockdown could last until after Christmas, a government minister has said.
Prime minister Boris Johnson is set to announce the new coronavirus restrictions for England on Monday.
He will give a speech to MPs in the House of Commons later this afternoon before addressing the nation about the changes this evening, amid questions over whether the plan can drive down infections.
On Monday, culture secretary Oliver Dowden warned the new restrictions may be needed until into the new year.
“If those measures are successful we hope to be able to take areas out of those high levels of restrictions,” he told Sky News.
“The purpose of doing this is to ensure we get the virus under control so by the
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Gareth Southgate has warned his England stars to appreciate what it means to represent their country after he dropped Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden to send a “message” following their behaviour last month.
Manchester United forward Greenwood and Manchester City midfielder Foden were sent home after breaching coronavirus regulations in September.
The pair invited local women to the England team hotel just hours after both had made their senior debuts in a 1-0 Nations League win over Iceland.
Southgate left the youngsters out of his squad for the forthcoming friendly against Wales and Nations League matches with Belgium and Denmark.
Southgate revealed he had already told both players they would not be included this time around before they left Iceland last month.
The England boss also said he will talk to his 30-strong squad ahead of the upcoming game about the importance of representing the country when called on to
Public administration deals with the group of government insurance policies and applications and the behavior of officials who’re answerable for this conduct. All these are as a result of corruption in both the political system or the religious apply happening within the nation. It is time to deliver our individuals and our money residence and put every little thing and everyone to work building our personal country again up.
There is a fusion of political powers between the manager and legislative branches of government. Although these payrolls are only a small share of government spending, government staff do add much overhead to the tax burden. These guys don’t deserve taxpayer dollars with any sort of government foreclosures bailout.
The Nationwide Insurance coverage Act of 1911 gave some medical benefits for the employee who, when properly working, had paid into the scheme which their employer and the government would then add … Read More