The appointment of the next Cricket South Africa CEO must be a public process and the next board must feel the full weight of public and commercial stakeholder expectation, writes RYAN VREDE.
South African cricket is in crisis. Here is a timeline of how things fell apart.
Cricket South Africa has handed over the full Fundudzi report to the government.
The South African Sports Federation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has taken decisive steps to take over the running of Cricket South Africa.
CSA has issued a rebuke of the reporting that it will only hire black consultants, while also confirming that the body will probably only hire black consultants. RYAN VREDE is confused by it all.
Cricket South Africa has Peter de Villiers-ised its transformation agenda, writes RYAN VREDE.
Cricket South Africa has postponed what was set to be a critical AGM.
The proposed Restoration Fund for cricketers who feel wronged by racial prejudice has the potential to be a complex mess and doesn’t address the root cause, writes RYAN VREDE.
It’s time to put an end to the binary thought on the Smith/Tsolekile saga, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
CSA has announced the appointment of Kugandrie Govender as its acting chief executive officer, with immediate effect.
Cricket South Africa president Chris Nenzani has resigned with immediate effect.
Cricket South Africa acting chief executive Jacques Faul has expressed his concern about the numerous leaks of confidential information published in the media recently, adding that their origin will be investigated.
Acting CSA chief executive Dr Jacques Faul will reportedly step down from his post in September.
Cricket South Africa on Monday confirmed that seven people in its administration had tested positive for coronavirus, with a few of them players.
Three days after announcing the newly invented Solidarity Cup, Cricket South Africa has decided to postpone the event, stating more preparation is needed.