CSA admits shortcomings
CSA has admitted it failed to exercise leadership and oversight during the IPL bonus saga.
CAPE TOWN - Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Wednesday admitted it failed to exercise leadership and oversight when the Indian Premier League (IPL) bonus saga unfolded.
The board briefed Parliamentarians about the implementation of recommendations made by the Nicholson Inquiry into the organisation's financial affairs.
CSA once again made a public commitment to fix administrative problems.
The board's Acting CEO Jacques Faul said, "It's not totally where we want it to be, but we are showing progress."
The Nicholson Inquiry made 16 recommendations.
So far, CSA has only implemented one in the form of former CEO Gerald Majola's suspension.
The committee welcomed the board's commitment to repair its tarnished brand.