Majola to pursue Labour Court route
Suspended CSA CEO Gerald Majola says he will continue with his case in the Labour Court.
JOHANNESBURG - Suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) CEO Gerald Majola said he would continue with his case in the Johannesburg Labour Court after his official disciplinary inquiry found him guilty of all charges on Wednesday.
The offences included accepting bonuses from the 2009 Indian Premier League tournament, not properly declaring them and receiving unauthorised travel claims.
The inquiry was setup following the recommendations of the Nicholson Inquiry, into the affairs of CSA and the bonus scandal surrounding the 2009 tournament.
When Eyewitness News contacted Majola about the finding of the chairperson of his disciplinary inquiry, he said he had yet to be informed of the decision.
Majola said he was continuing with his Labour Court pursuit in the hope that it would find the disciplinary process unlawful.
CSA's lawyer Nicholas Preston said Majola would have an opportunity to argue for a lesser sanction.
"There is a vast array of sanctions he may face - one of them is dismissal."
A finding on what sanction Majola will face will be made on Friday.