A rare and noteworthy event on the cricket calendar will take place in the coming weeks. No, not a home Test against Australia at Newlands, though we’d like that very much.

Rather, it will be a special general meeting (SGM), convened by the Cricket SA (CSA) interim board. SGMs are a bit like lunar eclipses in that they’re rare. This one will set in place the governance template for SA cricket for the next 20 years. It has been called because CSA’s new constitution is complete and needs to be ratified. Michael King and Michael Katz, two of the foremost governance and legal brains in SA, have been refining secondary clauses for all they are worth in recent months, and are ready to unveil their masterpiece...

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