Cricket South Africa board resigns

Acting Cricket South Africa president Beresford Williams along with five other members of the board, on Sunday, resigned from the institution with immediate effect.


In an official tweet, CSA confirmed the departures of Williams, Angelo Carolissen, Tebogo Siko, John Mogodi and Donovan May, all members of the Members’ Council and the CSA board. Five of them were elected representatives of their provinces. Meanwhile, Dheven Dharmalingam was the only independent board member.

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The CSA statement in the social media said, “As mentioned in Friday’s press statement, the CSA Board met this week & discussed various strategies that would best position CSA. One of these approaches was that if the Board would need to step down for the best interest of CSA & cricket as a whole, the Board would then do so.”

Priorly on Friday, the members’ council asked the entire board to step down.


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