Former workers accuse CSA of being ‘unfair’ and ‘unlawful’


Johannesburg, September 12

The disaster in South African cricket deepened with 5 former workers of the CSA accusing the game’s governing physique within the nation of being “unfair and unlawful”.

They made the accusations in a six-page letter to the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), which has requested Cricket South Africa’s board to step apart because it investigates “many instances of maladministration and malpractice” within the organisation.

The 5 individuals in query are former head of gross sales and advertising and marketing Clive Eksteen, former chief working officer Nassei Appiah, ex-senior supervisor of finance Ziyanda Nkuta, former supervisor for procurement Lundi Maja and Appiah’s former private assistant Dalene Nolan.

“Our concern is that Cricket South Africa has, through various officials, misled and continues to mislead Parliament, the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture and the public,” they mentioned within the letter, in line with www.iol.co.za.

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“By so doing, Cricket South Africa has created a narrative that the organisation’s woes are the results of irresponsible stakeholder and financial management for which we were suspended and in most cases dismissed.”

While Appiah was the final to be sacked, in August, Eksteen, too, was fired this yr in June and the three others have been proven the door final December.

“The organisation seeks to color an image whereby it seems to have handled the issue by our expulsion and to guarantee all events that this was performed in step with good governance, pure justice and the legislation of the land.

“This cannot be further from the truth as Cricket South Africa has been underhanded in its dealing with us by completely abandoning any ethics that demand that a disciplinary hearing is conducted in a manner that is lawful, procedurally fair and in the best interest of the organisation and the sport.”      

The CSA has been left with nobody to run the every day affairs after the SASCOC requested the board to step apart.

The CSA has been in the midst of administrative chaos for final two years and is at the moment additionally going through allegations of corruption and racial discrimination.

CSA’ former chief govt officer Thabang Monroe was fired final month following the findings of a forensic report that exposed “acts of serious misconduct”.

Acting CEO Jacques Faul and president Chris Nenzani resigned final month with Kugandrie Govender changing Faul.

The nation’s elite gamers have additionally criticised the CSA for suspending its AGM scheduled for September 5. PTI



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