South Africa vs England: CSA insists they are committed to meeting transformation targets despite Temba Bavuma being overlooked for Cape Town Test
Cricket South Africa (CSA) remains committed to its transformation agenda according to president Chris Nenzani, despite missing racial quota targets for the second test running against England at Newlands.
Cricket South Africa have committed a laundry list of mistakes but revoking the accreditation of journalists was unquestionably their greatest blunder. It is proof that they have been woefully disconnected from the South African people they have purported to have served.
Embattled CSA names Jacques Faul as acting CEO, hopes to appoint Graeme Smith as director of cricket by next week
The CSA decided to appoint Faul at a special board meeting on Saturday after a chaotic week in which they suspended CEO Thabang Moroe over governance concerns
Sri Lanka vs South Africa, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: All-rounder JP Duminy apologies for Proteas' 'dismal' performance
JP Duminy has apologised to South Africa fans after the country's "dismal" showing at the World Cup.
South Africa vs Australia: CSA officials in dock for trying to taunt David Warner with Sonny Bill Williams masks
The two officials were photographed with three spectators wearing the masks at the match at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth.
Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat has quit his post with immediate effect following a breakdown with the organisation’s board
Cricket South Africa reports $12 million loss, pins hopes on India and Australia series for recovery
Cricket South Africa reported the expected loss when it tabled its financial statements at its AGM in Cape Town, but added that the authority's finances were still strong.
CSA played a lead role in challenging the previous ICC resolutions that had concentrated power and money in the hands of a few members boards
Through the T20 Global League, Cricket South Africa plan to compete with Australia's Big Bash League and India's Indian Premier League.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) president Chris Nenzani on Monday welcomed the prospect of South African fans being able to see their Proteas heroes as well as a significant number of the world's global stars in action in the inaugural edition of its #T20 Global Destination League, debuting later this year.
CSA announced the launch of its new eight-team franchise-based #T20 Global League after president Chris Nenzani and CEO Haroon Lorgat's presentation to the ICC Board was met with favourable response.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is to consider a new Director of Cricket post as well introducing a permanent position for the convenor of selectors.