Boardroom politics continue to dominate the headlines at Cricket SA.

As the Proteas prepare for the Test against Pakistan in Karachi, the cricket controlling body are preparing for a legal showdown.

This is after ex-SA Cricketers’ Association president Omphile Ramela applied to the South Gauteng High Court against CSA, challenging his removal from the interim board in December.

Ramela has filed papers to CSA with the Ministry of Sport as the first respondent on 10 January, challenging his removal from the board on 10 December.

He is contesting the resolution that was taken by the interim board at the time, declaring his removal as unlawful.

Ramela was announced by Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa as one of the members to serve on the new interim board in October.

But chairman judge Zak Yacoob detailed issues the board was having with Ramela, which led to his removal on 15 December.

In Karachi, Kagiso Rabada is looking forward to playing his first Test in a year.

But it appears the shenanigans afflicting cricket administration are far from over.

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