Majola guilty on all charges
CSA CEO Gerald Majola has been found guilty of receiving bonuses and not declaring them.
JOHANNESBURG - Suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) CEO Gerald Majola was found guilty on all charges in his disciplinary hearing on Wednesday.
The charges include accepting bonuses, not properly declaring them and misconduct around the use of travel funds.
The hearing was established following recommendations by the Nicholson Inquiry, which was headed by retired Judge Chris Nicholson.
The inquiry was set up by Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula to investigate unauthorised bonuses received by top cricket executives for the successful hosting of the 2009 Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament.
CSA lawyer Nicholas Preston said Majola was invited to appeal the charges.
"He did not appear. We will proceed with all evidence on sanctions and we will have an outcome on Friday."
Earlier in October, Majola withdrew from his disciplinary hearing and approached the Labour Court instead.
He is contesting the hearing, saying the Nicholson Inquiry should never have been set up by Mbalula.