The crisis at Cricket South Africa (CSA) deepens as the South Africa Cricketers’ Association (SACA), has begun another formal process against the embattled governing body regarding the commercial rights of players involved in the Mzansi Super League.

According to SACA Chief Executive, Tony Irish, CSA has used and allowed the use of the names and images of players in association with a fantasy league game related to the Mzansi Super League (MSL) without any rights to do so.

Irish says that such use is unlawful and despite raising their concerns on repeated occasions they are still being ignored by the governing body, forcing them to take formal steps.

SACA has called a meeting of its Players Executive Committee and its Management Board for this Friday where they will consider the possibility of the players taking some form of industrial, or protest, action.

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