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.
Cricket South Africa released a statement late on Thursday evening where they confirmed that CEO Thabang Moroe remains suspended until an investigation into his wrongdoings has been completed.
In an extraordinary turn of events, Thabang Moroe was denied entry to the Cricket South Africa offices in Johannesburg this morning after his suspension expired last week Friday.
Ottis Gibson’s contract states that he has to win the 2019 World Cup, says CSA CEO Thabang Moroe.
CSA’s CEO Thabang Moroe breaks the MSL down ahead of the opening weekend of fixtures.
Thabang Moroe talks about his excitement for the Mzansi Super League, as well as how he envies the team managers for the wealth of cricketing talent at their disposal.
Thabang Moroe has announced that a final decision will be made on CSA’s T20 League this weekend.
The Durban Qalandars have run out of patience and will file court papers to protect their interests in any T20 league established by Cricket South Africa.
Cricket South Africa is determined to lock in its young players until they secure senior provincial or franchise contracts.
Am I alone in wondering if the new, unnamed ‘world-class’ T20 league, which replaced the much-hyped but seriously mismanaged Global League T20, will ever get off the ground?
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has thrown the doors open for T20 franchise ownership following a week of legal threats being mooted in the media.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the South African Cricketers’ Association (Saca) have agreed to a one-week delay in signing the MOU18.
A social media storm has erupted following comments about Cricket South Africa’s desire for the Proteas Women to be paid ‘the same’ as the Proteas men. Rather than speculating, SA Cricket magazine went directly to the source to find out the real story.
Cricket South Africa has boosted security for both teams after Friday’s unsavoury incident which saw Australia’s David Warner verbally abused by a spectator.
Cricket South Africa acting CEO Thabang Moroe has denied hosting a press briefing to which only black journalists were invited.