South Africa, the world's top-ranked test side, could see their share of future revenue fall if a new new set-up is adopted by the ICC. Photo: AP South Africa, the world's top-ranked test side, could see their share of future revenue fall if a new new set-up is adopted by the ICC. Photo: AP
South Africa, the world's top-ranked test side, could see their share of future revenue fall if a new new set-up is adopted by the ICC. Photo: AP

South Africa slams ICC's power plan

The world's governing body for cricket is urged to withdraw a proposal that would give England, Australia and India greater control of the global game

South Africa, the world's top-ranked test side, could see their share of future revenue fall if a new new set-up is adopted by the ICC. Photo: AP South Africa, the world's top-ranked test side, could see their share of future revenue fall if a new new set-up is adopted by the ICC. Photo: AP
South Africa, the world's top-ranked test side, could see their share of future revenue fall if a new new set-up is adopted by the ICC. Photo: AP
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