Cricket South Africa (CSA) has confirmed the Proteas’ outbound tour to Sri Lanka for five limited-overs matches from 2 to 14 September.
Cricket South Africa has congratulated the Proteas on their dominant 2-0 series win over the West Indies in the Test series which finished in St Lucia on Monday.
Cricket South Africa’s director of cricket, Graeme Smith, has every right to defend himself against potentially defamatory accusations of a racial nature. But with new testimony from the SJN leaked regularly, he is under immense pressure and needs to act with emotional intelligence, writes RYAN VREDE.
The Proteas have slumped to seventh in the Test rankings and their prospects in the other formats aren’t encouraging. Their rehabilitation will require a long-term approach that should include four key features in the structure of South African cricket, writes RYAN VREDE.
A power play rooted in legal might has derailed a noble and necessary process in the Social Justice and Nation Building hearings. Now testimony is leaking, and compounding racial tension in South African, laments RYAN VREDE.
Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa gave cricket the hard reset it needed, but that drastic step will mean nothing if the corrective action isn’t carefully considered, writes RYAN VREDE.
The unions of Central Gauteng Lions and North West Cricket have pledged their full support for Cricket South Africa’s interim board, distancing themselves from the members’ council fiasco.
The Cricket South Africa members’ council has responded to the ‘misrepresentations’ that came from this past weekend’s special general meeting with Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa.
Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa says he is left with no option but to take urgent and drastic action against Cricket South Africa.
Following Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa’s indication that he will intervene with Cricket South Africa in the coming week, here’s a look on what legal grounds he will act.
Cricket South Africa’s interim board has confirmed that a Special General Meeting (SGM) with Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa will take place on Saturday.
After a long tussle between parties and an ultimatum by Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa, the Cricket South Africa members’ council has finally accepted the recommendation of a majority independent board.
The short-term pain of an international ban may be worth it, if it means fixing the deeply dysfunctional leadership in Cricket South Africa, writes RYAN VREDE.
Omphile Ramela has been removed from Cricket South Africa’s interim board for ‘obstructionist’ behaviour, among other allegations.
The Cricket South Africa members’ council has relented and formally appointed the interim board.