Entire CSA board steps down

In the latest development, the entire board of Cricket South Africa has announced their resignation.


On Monday, the official Twitter reveals that the organization’sAll independent and non-independent directors have now resigned.” The incident is followed by the resignation of six board members, including acting president Beresford Williams, on Sunday.

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The string of phenomenon has occurred after the Friday meeting of CSA board and the Member’s Council, where the decisions were made in the ‘best interest of the sport.’

“After the Members’ Council had deliberated and resolved that in order to best serve the interest of cricket in South Africa, the entire Board should resign – which they did. All Independent and Non-Independent Directors have now resigned,” CSA confirmed in a statement on Twitter.

Earlier, in September this year, the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) made the demand for the board to be step down with an aim to appoint a task force to investigate corruption charges within CSA.

After the long break duo to the outbreak of global pandemic, South Africa’s domestic season will start on November 2. Afterwards England national team will also arrive in there to participate in a series of three one day internationals and three T20Is.

In a prior incident, another African nation Zimbabwe was suspended from international competition in 2019, following an intervention from the country’s government.

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