Pholetsi Moseki has been appointed as permanent CEO of Cricket South Africa, having been acting CEO since December 2020.
Graeme Smith’s arbitration hearing is expected to be wrapped up next week.
Former Proteas assistant coach Enoch Nkwe is reportedly furious about how he has been dragged into CSA’s disciplinary case against head coach Mark Boucher.
Independent board chairman Lawson Naidoo says Cricket South Africa’s “hands are tied” in terms of further investigating the appointments of Graeme Smith and Mark Boucher.
Mark Boucher’s labour lawyer Mohammed Chavoos says there’s “nothing unique” about the Proteas coach’s matter with Cricket South Africa.
Those arguing Mark Boucher’s case on the basis of an upturn in results need to seriously examine their morals, writes @Ryan_Vrede.
Cricket South Africa is set to take disciplinary action against its director of cricket and former Proteas captain Graeme Smith next week.
Cricket South Africa will institute formal inquiries into the conduct of director of cricket Graeme Smith and Proteas coach Mark Boucher.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) have announced Castore as its official apparel partner for the next three years.
Mark Boucher being prepared to litigate the accusation of him being part of singing a racist song about Paul Adams is emotionally immature and sets a precedent which significantly undermines any steps towards racial reconciliation in South African cricket, writes RYAN VREDE.
Allegations of racial discrimination in South African cricket have been made during a month of hearings, with one star claiming he was blasted as a “quota player” and that representing the national team was “no dream”.
Ashwell Prince’s gut-wrenching testimony at the Cricket for Social Justice and Nation Building hearings raised complex issues that left one feeling helpless, but rolling over is not an option, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former Cricket South Africa CEO Thabang Moroe has told the Social Justice and Nation Building (SJN) hearings that CSA is to blame for stifling the careers of coaches Geoffrey Toyana and Paul Adams.
Former Proteas batsman and current Western Province head coach Ashwell Prince told the Social Justice and Nation Building hearings that South African cricket needs to relook the way it selects teams and its strict transformation targets.
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.