However, his contract is only for an interim period of three months.
Saca has reiterated its demand that the embattled federation’s suits should also be removed, not just chief Thabang Moroe.
Du Plessis would not be drawn on the controversies which engulfed Cricket South Africa.
Outgoing SACA CEO Tony Irish, meanwhile, was one of many to express his disappointment at the fact that the board and Nenzani had not resigned too.
The embattled federation also confirms that Graeme Smith will be appointed as director of cricket imminently.

Another day of drama at Cricket South Africa

One stakeholder that’s had enough is Standard Bank, which announced that it will end its sponsorship of the men’s national cricket team on April 30, 2020.

CSA board suspends Moroe … but not itself

The controversial CEO has been under intense pressure to resign, though various observers argue that the federation’s decision-making body is just as culpable.

Proteas Proteas-England series saved (for now) as players decide against strike

But players union Saca joins the chorus baying for CSA chief Thabang Moroe and his board’s blood.

Standard Bank drops bombshell on CSA by pulling the plug on its sponsorship

With a four-year, R654 million deficit to plug, the federation is rumoured to be going belly-up if it can’t secure new funding for the Proteas and it’s development programme.

Friday could be day where CSA and Moroe’s position becomes untenable

Two crucial meetings, one of CSA’s members council and Saca’s player executive committee, could force the federation’s hand to make reforms.

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‘Core competencies are lacking everywhere’ in cricket – Fanie de Villiers

‘Core competencies are lacking everywhere’ in cricket – Fanie de Villiers

‘Cricket’s questionable management has left us with sub-standard coaches, little overall financial investment in the game and poor on-field results,’ De Villiers says.

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Cricket SA’s ‘house is on fire’… and the board is also to blame

Cricket SA’s ‘house is on fire’… and the board is also to blame

Cricket SA’s CEO Thabang Moroe is out of his depth and must take the fall for the mess the body is in, says ex-president amid growing calls for Moroe to go.

CSA in a Chernobyl-like disaster, says former boss Lorgat

He, however, believes that the Board and Members Council itself are even more at fault as a major contributor to the predicament that the organisation currently finally finds itself in.

Willowton first CSA sponsor to explicitly call for Moroe’s resignation

Willowton Group, known for its Sunfoil brand, is a major player in the federation’s development programmes and is demanding urgent action.

CSA’s board chair quits, citing ‘widespread credit card abuse’ at the federation

Independent director Iqbal Khan, who also chaired the federation’s finance committee, believes the situation has become ‘untenable’.

Embattled CSA stares historic players’ strike in the face

The South African Cricketers Association says the players are still being sidelined when it comes to operational matters at the federation.

Moroe accepts ‘full responsibility’ for CSA’s journalist drama

The CSA chief sent a demanded apology to Sanef following the revoking of accreditation of five prominent writers.

CSA receive tentative backing from Standard Bank but must ‘urgently’ get house in order

The embattled federation keeps its one major sponsor, but loses a critical independent voice on its board.

Legal heavyweights Norman Arendse and Vusi Pikoli plead for action at CSA

Both men were independent directors at the embattled governing body recently and have criticised the board for lacking responsibility.


 


 

 


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