The CSA board needs to be sent packing over the Moroe fiasco. Here’s why
These people, who folded their arms during his reign, have more to answer for than the axed CEO
How on God’s green Earth did the Cricket South Africa board sit by and watch their chief executive flout the Companies Act when their fiduciary duty was to keep the checks and balances in place? For the how? For the why?
The last two questions are colloquial and probably have no place in this body of work, but for the lay person they are necessary to unravel Cricket SA’s board-level mess, which has left the organisation teetering on the brink. Let’s go back to base camp to answer them.
On Monday morning, CSA member’s council representative John Mogodi fronted up to the media and read out the summary of the report without the necessary follow-up question and answer. With CSA and the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee having to face the parliamentary sports portfolio committee on Tuesday, CSA needed to be seen to be acting. That we were presented with the summary is good and well, but the full Monty that’s needed by all and sundry is the full report with unadulterated access...