Breakthrough in restructuring CSA

The blame for the governance crisis at CSA is being placed at dismissed CEO Thabang Moroe's feet.

JOHANNESBURG - Cricket South Africa’s Members Council and Interim Board have finally found common ground on matters of restructuring the CSA board.

The Members’ Council has reconsidered its stance on the make-up of the CSA board.

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This after an ultimatum from Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa.

Both parties now agree the board will have an independent chairperson and a majority of independent directors.

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This also fulfils the recommendations of the 2012 Nicholson Report.

Mthethwa had threatened intervention into the body if it could not adopt a memorandum of incorporation.

The outcome also means the Interim Board, whose tenure is also nearing its end, will meet its target date to deliver a comprehensive report before its AGM.


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