UCBSA

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UCBSAUnited Cricket Board of South Africa
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Such benefits only came into existence in the latter part of his career at the UCBSA.
" In 1990s, the passion and the buzz was that cricket should be taken to the disadvantaged areas because that's what the ANC ( African National Congress) supported us ( UCBSA) for.
Gerald Majola, the managing director of the UCBSA, has already said that Steyn and Harris will require full medical tests before they are allowed to join Warwickshire.
(42) See the report of a UCBSA media release available online at http://www.vivacricket.co.za/html/news2074.shtml (last accessed 3 November 2005)
A UCBSA statement said: "The board instructed Eastern Province to suspend the coach of the EP Jumbos Kepler Wessels on full pay pending the outcome of a disciplinary hearing which will be held shortly regarding allegations of racist remarks allegedly made by Wessels.''
ECB chief executive Tim Lamb said: 'Following discussions with the UCBSA over the past few days, I am pleased to announce that South Africa have confirmed their intention to tour England this summer.
The ICC's letter signed by Gray and UCBSA president Percy Sonnyesterday, told Lamb: ``IDI note that you are giving us formal notice that you are unable to fulfil the scheduled fixture in Harare on Thursday the 13th February.''
In 1991, at the start of the cricket unification process (the merger of all racial populations under one cricketing body), the United Cricket Board of South Africa (UCBSA) was formed.
Warwickshire's interest may now persuade the UCBSA to offer Steyn a central contract but, as South Africa have little international cricket scheduled during the English season, they may be prepared to let him play county cricket for a summer to gain valuable experience.
The ICC's letter dated yesterday and signed by Gray and UCBSA president Percy Sonn told Lamb: ``IDI note that you are giving us formal notice that you are unable to fulfil the scheduled fixture in Harare on Thursday the 13th February.''
Lawyer Clifford Green, representing the United Cricket Board of South Africa (UCBSA) as well as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003, said: 'Lengthy jail sentences could await individuals participating in ambush marketing activities.
Gerald Majola, chief of the South African cricket board - the UCBSA - said: "Allan has been a great servant of the game and we hope he will continue to shine in one-day international cricket.