The brief announcement followed the resignation of six board members, including acting president Beresford Williams, on Sunday.
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Sunday’s resignations at CSA are likely to lead to the formation of an interim committee.
In a strongly-worded statement, Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa set a deadline of 27 October for CSA to provide him in writing with reasons why he should not "exercise his right to intervene".
South Africa to inspect Pakistan's security and COVID-19 situation next month before deciding on January tour
PCB confirmed that the South African delegation will visit Lahore during the four remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League being held between 14 and 17 November
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CSA received the report in late July and fired Moroe for “serious misconduct” in August without detailing the misconduct
Mzansi Super League was earlier scheduled to be played in the usual November-December window with the addition of two new franchises based in Bloemfontein and East London.
Earlier this month, South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee asked the CSA board to 'step aside' as it investigated 'many instances of maladministration and malpractice' in the organisation.
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CSA has, among others, former skipper Graeme Smith at the helm of affairs, and Pietersen felt bad for them.
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SASCOC sent letters to CSA, asking the key members of board - the company secretary, the acting CEO, the CFO and the COO - to step down from their posts
McKenzie, who had stepped down from his position as Bangladesh's batting coach last month, is one of the seven appointees announced by Cricket South Africa as part of its High-Performance management team .
South African cricketers condemn 'politics and self-interest' in CSA, say board has 'lurched from crisis to crisis'
In a strongly-worded statement, all the country's nationally-contracted players — 16 men and 14 women — said Cricket South Africa (CSA) had "lurched from crisis to crisis".
Cricket South Africa didn't provide specific details of Thabang Moroe's wrongdoing when they announced they had terminated his employment.
The South African cricketers will miss a specially-arranged culture camp, the country's cricket board said.
South Africa cited current international travel regulations in place for South African national teams as their reason for withdrawing from September's planned tour.
Williams will serve as president until the board's annual general meeting scheduled for 5 September.
Graeme Smith says allegations of not supporting ex-South Africa wicketkeeper Thami Tsolekile ‘extremely hurtful’
Tsolekile criticised Smith for not backing him enough during their time as international cricketers and alleged that CSA was trying to protect other wrongdoers.
Usually in ICC, a two-third majority is required but there could be a few board members who would want it to be a case of simple majority among 17 members.
Former captain and Cricket South Africa director of cricket Graeme Smith has said that there were "internal agendas" at play within the organisation, which have become a cancer.
South Africa's tour of West Indies, Sri Lanka postponed indefinitely, says CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith
Smith said there is no time to slot a tour to the Caribbean as several South African players will be heading to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL), which is scheduled to be held from 19 September to 8 November in the UAE.
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