Cricket South Africa failed to create a climate for reconciliation. Its board must step down, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former CSA president Mtutuzeli Nyoka says Proteas coach Mark Boucher has suffered reputational damage despite disciplinary charges against him being dropped.
Mark Boucher and Graeme Smith should never have been charged based on flimsy findings from a flawed SJN report, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
Former director of cricket Graeme Smith could play a prominent role in CSA’s new T20 franchise tournament.
Graeme Smith’s successor has a tough task ahead and should focus on four key areas, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith has issued a statement after being cleared of racism allegations against him.
Former CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith has been cleared by two independent arbitrators of racism allegations against him.
CSA CEO Pholetsi Moseki says the ongoing disciplinary process against former director of cricket Graeme Smith will provide “closure” for both parties.
Graeme Smith’s arbitration hearing is expected to be wrapped up next week.
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.
CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith will have to reapply for his position when his contract concludes at the end of March.
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.
CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith’s lawyer, David Becker, says the process followed by the Social Justice and Nation Building (SJN) hearings was flawed.
The CSA Provincial T20 Knock Out has exposed glaring deficiencies across the board in our cricket, most notably in our batting. It is going to cost the Proteas dearly in the years ahead. An intervention is urgently needed and it starts with Graeme Smith, writes RYAN VREDE.