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.
"Some of the findings are entirely questionable and without any basis," said David Becker, Smith's lawyer
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.
Two Tests will be played in Johannesburg, from 17 to 21 December and from 3 to 7 January. Centurion will host the second Test from 26 to 30 December.
The IPL was postponed on 4 May after multiple COVID-19 cases emerged inside the bio-bubble. The 11 South Africans, who participated in the league, have already left for Johannesburg.
IPL 2021: CSA’s Graeme Smith says South Africans free to choose between continuing to play or returning home
As many as 11 South African players, including white-ball skipper Quinton de Kock, pacer Kagiso Rabada and former captain Faf du Plessis, are currently participating in the IPL for various teams.
The matches are scheduled to be played from 11-25 July and will comprise three ODIs, that will form part of the ICC's Cricket World Cup Super League programme, and three T20 Internationals.
Smith was asked about CSA's decision to write to the ICC describing Australia's decision as "against the spirit of sportsmanship" and having implications for the credibility of the ICC World Test championship.
The touring team will stay in a bio-secure environment and matches will be confined to two venues – SuperSport Park in Centurion and the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.
'Extremely disappointed': CSA’s Graeme Smith expresses ‘frustration’ over Cricket Australia pulling out of South Africa tour
Former Test captain Smith said Cricket South Africa had "bent over backwards" to meet Australia's demands, only for their opponents to scrap the tour citing an "unacceptable risk".
Karachi and Rawalpindi will hosts the two Tests, the three T20Is will be held in Lahore.
Graeme Smith allayed doubts about Australia’s slated tour next year despite the political turmoil that Cricket South Africa is currently going through and the country’s struggles to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
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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".
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.
CSA Director of Cricket Graeme Smith joins Black Lives Matter movement, will take a knee during 3TC Solidarity Cup
Smith said he backed national team pacer Ngidi Lungi on the BLM movement which gathered momentum following the death of African-American George Floyd.