Acting CSA boss still undecided
CSA Acting CEO Jacques Faul says he is still undecided as to whether he will be withdrawing his resignation.
CAPE TOWN - Cricket South Africa (CSA) acting CEO Jacques Faul on Wednesday told Eyewitness News Sport he was still undecided as to whether he would withdraw his resignation.
He tendered his resignation last week, citing that some board members had seemingly lost confidence in his ability.
Faul was appointed in that position following Gerald Majola's suspension in March.
He was fired following the findings of Judge Chris Nicholson's inquiry.
Majola was found to have paid R4.7 million in bonuses to CSA executives without clearance from the board.
Speaking at a tribute to the retiring Mark Boucher, Faul said he was not sure he would be able to turnaround the sport.
On Tuesday, Boucher announced his retirement after he suffered an eye injury while playing with Somerset in England.
Faul also stressed the sport needs to stabilise its current precarious position, and if his departure would achieve that, then he would happily step down.