Mark Boucher believes it is time for the national cricket squad to reflect the various cultures which are represented in the side.
The world champions could be in action in South Africa, in a bio-bubble, before Sri Lanka visit these shores over the festive season
Eight teams will go up against each other from Saturday in what is widely regarded the richest cricket competition in the world
Sascoc will only be given a summary of the much-talked-about Fundudzi Report, but they’d be allowed to see it in full if they signed a non-disclosure agreement
‘In spite of the comment, we are not reconsidering our relationship with CSA. We look forward to continuing our support of the Momentum Proteas national women’s team on their journey to success,’ Head of Sponsorships, Carel Bosman, said.
While the move is not entirely unexpected, due to ongoing governance concerns at CSA, it is a major blow for the national men’s ODI side, which has lost the backing of a long-term sponsor.

Cricket Who will pay for Sascoc’s task team investigating CSA’s affairs?

Three representatives of the Members Council were meant to hold a press conference on Tuesday afternoon but this was postponed in another indication that CSA and Sascoc are not yet on the same page.

Cricket Failings of the CSA Board not terrible enough for them to step aside

“There are things that could have been done better and some decisions made by the Board were not great,” a Members Council delegate said.

Cricket CSA mulling over Fundudzi forensic report

The report, formed after an independent investigation into the administrative affairs at CSA as far back as 2016, saw former CEO Thabang Moroe dismissed from the organisation last month having initially been suspended in December 2019.

Cricket Sascoc tell ICC they are not taking over cricket in South Africa

“Given the litany of complaints that has plagued CSA … there can be no doubt that CSA has been brought into disrepute and that its standing among players has dramatically diminished, resulting in a loss of trust and confidence in the organisation.”

Cricket CSA Members Council to finally see Forensic Report

“This weekend is really make-or-break time for Cricket South Africa, I believe. And then hopefully we will meet with Sascoc on Sunday,” a Members Council delegate said.

Cricket Is Sascoc’s “takeover” of CSA legal?

“We do not believe Sascoc are 100% right in their suggested resolution. They do have step-in rights, but the process they have followed is not 100% correct and they certainly can’t be suspending our staff.”

Cricket Maketa on new job: I intend to get my hands dirty

Veteran Proteas coach Vincent Barnes will head up the bowling department in the new-look high performance department

Cricket Pressure mounts on Cricket SA as players’ union considers legal action

Andrew Breetzke has called for “certainty and consistency” in a troubled period for the sport.

Cricket CSA backtrack on ‘blacks-only’ statement

“As part of our corporate business model, CSA has adopted and subscribes to the country’s BBBEE Act and Affirmative Action policy. This means CSA has a moral and legal obligation to implement these two prescripts, while still embracing the need for all South Africans to live their cricketing dreams regardless of background, culture or ethnicity, and this includes the services that we procure from external service providers.”

Cricket Proteas eager to grow by learning lessons from the past

Following a recent culture camp, the national cricket team are hoping to emerge from the lockdown as a stronger unit.

Cricket Harris denies astronomical fee as Cricket SA turns to black coaches

While he could not speak for what Kallis was earning, Harris said allegations that the two consultants were making over a million rand a month were far fetched.

Cricket AGM delay is a step forward for Cricket SA

The postponement, described as a ‘win’ by a representative of the members council, will give CSA time get its house in order.

Cricket Mthethwa gives Cricket SA one-week deadline to release forensic report

Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa says government wants a long-awaited copy of a potentially explosive Cricket South Africa (CSA) forensic report by next week.

Cricket Cricket SA sacks CEO Thabang Moroe

Disgraced cricket boss Thabang Moroe has already sworn to fight his dismissal in court.





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