South African sports minister Nathi Mthethwa has given Cricket South Africa’s nine-member interim board the mandate to do “whatever is necessary and appropriate to restore the reputation” of the organisation. Within that wide remit, there are four pressing matters for the board to attend to. We break these down for you.
Analyse and act on the forensic report used to fire former CEO Thabang Moroe
South African cricket’s best-kept secret is this document, which has only been seen by three former CSA independent board directors and Mthethwa, and which can only be viewed by those willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement. A summary released by CSA did reveal some of the contents of the report, including financial misconduct on the part of Moroe, and implicated several former board members including Beresford Williams, acting president till the other day.
Mthethwa wants the interim board to…