First part of CSA’s forensic audit expected by Friday

Cricket South Africa is expecting the first part of the forensic audit into its affairs by Friday, which may determine whether suspended CEO Thabang Moroe will face disciplinary charges over allegations of misconduct. CSA President Chris Nenzani confirmed that Moroe’s suspension in December 2019 was directly linked to the audit and promised the organisation had made a “commitment” to providing more clarity in the coming weeks.

Moroe was the seventh member of staff to be put on paid leave during CSA’s administrative unraveling late last year, and all the other cases have either been concluded or progressed significantly. Of those, four members of staff have been dismissed including Clive Eksteen, the former head of sales and sponsor relations, who announced earlier on Tuesday that he would take his case to the country’s labour dispute resolution body, the Commission for Conciliation,…

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