Cricket South Africa reinstates accreditations of five journalists

Cricket South Africa president Chris Nenzani has called a news conference for 6 o'clock this evening, in the wake of continued criticism of it's handling of the media. CSA revoked the accreditations of five journalists on Sunday, a move they admit was in response to those journalists writing stories critical of the administration. CSA has since re-instated the five affected writers, and CSA CEO Thabang Moroe has apologised to them for the actions. But the damage done to CSA and South Africans cricket in the past few days might be tough to return from. Amongst those who's been strong in his criticism is advocate Norman Arendse, a former CSA board member. He has written an open letter to CSA's employees, and the board, calling for an urgent meeting to discuss what he describes as a dereliction of duty- We spoke to advocate Norman Arendse, a former CSA board member