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Tension in CSA ranks over IPL money allegations

cricket Updated: Apr 22, 2011 01:29 IST

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There seems a lot of discomfort within the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Board in the wake of allegations about missing millions paid to the cricket authority by the Indian Premier League and the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI), according to the sources.

And this appears to have been confirmed in a fuzzy statement released by CSA about the spending of the funds which said that "the majority of CSA Board members concur with these findings."

Questionable money
The allegations surfaced when CSA President Mtutuzeli Nyoka was ousted in absentia in February when he questioned the payments of millions in bonuses to CSA chief executive Gerald Majola and other staff by the IPL, which Nyoka claimed Majola had not informed him about.

While CSA has accounted for about Rs 50 million of the IPL funding provided, there are still questions about the remaining Rs 18 million, as alleged by Nyoka.