CSA, which is in the course of administrative chaos and dealing with allegations of corruption and racial discrimination, suffered a setback when final week SASCOC had requested it to “step aside” because it investigated “many instances of maladministration and malpractice” within the organisation.
CSA stated some some key factors have been recognized through the assembly. “The meeting presented a step forward towards a collaborative approach in the interest of good governance and executive operations,” CSA stated in a press release.
“Key points were identified and deliberated by the attendees, which included CSA’s Members’ Council and the Board of Directors of SASCOC, with the ultimate end goal of achieving a unified focus on the game of cricket,” it added.
The two our bodies “agreed that further details of the key points will be discussed during a joint press conference on Thursday, 17 September 2020.”
Following SASCOC’s motion, there isn’t a one to run every day affairs of CSA and it now runs the danger of dealing with motion from the International Cricket Council (ICC) if it sees it as authorities interference.
CSA’ former CEO Thabang Monroe was fired final month following the findings of a forensic report that exposed “acts of serious misconduct”, whereas Acting CEO Jacques Faul and president Chris Nenzani resigned final month with Kugandrie Govender changing Faul.
The Country’s elite gamers have additionally criticised CSA for suspending its AGM scheduled for September 5.
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