Former Test all-rounder and coach Corrie van Zyl has returned to employment with Cricket South Africa.
Van Zyl, who was CSA acting director of cricket at the time, was suspended in October 2019.
‘The matter between Cricket South Africa and Mr Corrie van Zyl has now been concluded and Mr Van Zyl will be returning to work at CSA, effective immediately,’ read a statement from CSA.
Former captain Graeme Smith has since taken over as interim director of cricket. His tenure will end prior to the start of the Indian Premier League next month.
‘While the details of the case remain confidential between the employee and employer, both parties are pleased that the case has now been concluded. By mutual agreement, CSA will in due course announce Mr Van Zyl’s role in the organisation as part of the current re-alignment processes,’ added CSA.
‘As part of the renewal efforts currently taking place in the organisation, CSA looks forward to the resolution of all such outstanding matters.’
CSA chief executive officer Thabang Moroe, meanwhile, is still on suspension. The Titans’ Jacques Faul has the role in an acting capacity during Moroe’s absence.
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