Two independent arbitrators found there was no evidence to support tentative findings that Smith had shown racial bias in three instances.
According to a CSA statement, Hamza tested positive for the substance Furosemide following an International Cricket Council anti-doping test on January 17.
Some of the top South African cricketers are in danger of missing out on three weeks of IPL due to their home series against Bangladesh which includes three ODI and two Tests starting 18 March and ending on 12 April
South Africa are set to play three one-dayers and two Tests against Bangladesh starting March 18, while the IPL is scheduled to be held from 26 March to 29 May
De Kock said he remained committed to playing international limited-overs cricket. His place in the Test side is expected to be filled by Kyle Verreynne
A 235-page final report had accused CSA administration, former captain and current director Smith, Boucher and former batter AB de Villiers of engaging in racial discrimination.
A 235-page final report submitted by the SJN Commission head Dumisa Ntsebeza has accused Smith, current head coach Mark Boucher and de Villiers of unfairly discriminating against black players.
The CSA and the BCCI on Saturday announced that the tour will go ahead but the Indian team's departure will be postponed by a week and T20Is will no longer be a part of the schedule
George Linde, Lutho Sipamla included in South Africa A squad for upcoming four-day fixtures against India A
The home team will be led by 32-year-old opening batter Pieter Malan. The series, an opportunity for the players to vie for places in the senior squad before India's upcoming tour of the country, will be held from 23 November to 9 December at Mangaung Oval.
Senior batter de Kock did not wish to comply and chose to pull out of the match but returned for Saturday's game against Sri Lanka after agreeing to perform the gesture in support of the 'Black Lives Matter' (BLM) movement.
Final testing of the James Webb space telescope is complete, it is getting ready for its 31 October launch
The telescope will observe the universe from the vantage point of Lagrangian Point 2 (L2), located some 1.5 million kilometres away from Earth.
Mark Boucher apologises for singing offensive songs and using nicknames for coloured teammates during playing days
Adams, in his testimony to SJN, had claimed Boucher was among the teammates who made racial slurs on him in a song. Boucher said he did not give Adams any nickname.
'We weren't a team', former South Africa cricketers make damning revelations on racial discrimination in Proteas camp
An independent ombudsman, advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza, has heard testimony from some prominent former players, including Ashwell Prince and Paul Adams.
CSA begins hearings on racial discrimination in South African cricket; final report expected by September
Ombudsman Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza said he had received 11 submissions from administrators and officials, 23 from former and present players, and 24 from cricket unions and other interested parties.
A hole approximately 5 mm in diameter is visible on the Canadarm2 but it is still functional.
In another development, RR has named South African pacer Gerald Coetzee as a replacement for England batsmen Liam Livingstone, who had pulled out of the tournament due to bio-bubble fatigue.
Cricket must proceed without government intervention, says South Africa Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa
Nathi Mthethwa had appointed an Interim Board (IB) last year to resolve a long-standing crisis at the CSA regarding the implementation of new corporate governance proposals.
Cricket South Africa thrown into deeper crisis as country's sports minister threatens of 'derecognising' and 'defunding' board
Minister Nathi Mthethwa wrote to the rival factions in the sport— the members’ council and the interim board— on Thursday stating he will use his powers under a government Act “by defunding CSA and derecognising CSA and I will cause this to be published in the Government Gazette”.
South Africa captains fear ICC suspension but apex body says no intervention in governance crisis as of now
The three skippers Dean Elgar, Temba Bavuma and Dane van Niekerk have signed a joint statement expressing their concerns before the ICC statement came as a relief.