Cricket South Africa calls for ‘special sitting’ to address crisis

South Africa

CSA’s board has been hit by its first resignation in the aftermath of criticism from several high-profile voices including former president Norman Arendse for the recent crises. Professor Shirley Zinn has stepped down as an independent member of the board citing problems with CSA’s “principles of corporate governance”.

CSA has also met with major sponsor Standard Bank on Monday and provided them an undertaking to “urgently implement remedial actions to address stakeholder concerns, including the unacceptable manner in which it treated members of the media.”

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