Last Update on: March 4th, 2018 at 07:07 pm
As per the signing of the fresh Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Sunday has given a green signal. The statement came regarding the commitment of the revenue-sharing procedure.
“We are a big employer with many constituencies and have sought over the past few months to engage with them with a view to preparing for the negotiations with SACA,” CSA president Nenzani told ESPNcricinfo.
The new model will introduce the players owing to the consultation with the South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA) body
As per the latest commitment, the players’ genuine demands were taken into consideration.
The concurrent MoU will expire in April after it got introduced in 2014. As per the Rules and the Regulations of the CSA, the MoU is drafted following the prolonged gap of four years. However, it is a sigh of relief for the players.
On March 3 (Saturday), the CSA have solved the matter with the SACA. The model is intact after the Board backtracked during the high-level meet following the concern of financial flare-up from the players.
“We remain committed to the revenue share model. The collective agreement ends in April this year. We will be ready to commence negotiations in advance of that date,” Nenzani maintained.
On the other hand, CSA and SACA are yet to sit-down and decide the matter mutually. Moreover, with the problem persisting between two parties the fresh meeting could solve the matter.
According to the interim CEO Thabang Moroe alongside the president of the Board, they were looking forward to rethinking about MoU.
The consideration came in December 2017 which was eventually related to the contract of players.
After Haroon Lorgat tendered his resignation, Moroe addressed the gathering that players could benefit from it before re-evaluation bid.
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