Faul could ask for Majola’s dismissal
Cricket South Africa CEO Jacques Faul is expected to make his submissions on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG - Cricket South Africa (CSA) CEO Jacques Faul is expected to submit his recommendations as to what sanctions suspended CEO Gerald Majola should face.
On Wednesday, disciplinary chairperson Karel Tip found Majola guilty on all nine charges levelled against him.
The hearing found Majola accepted bonuses without declaring them and abuse of his travel fund.
The unauthorised bonuses were paid to top CSA executives for the successful hosting of the 2009 Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament in South Africa.
It is widely expected that Faul will ask for Majola to be dismissed.
Majola was invited to make a submission, but it is unlikely he will attend the hearings.
Last week, the suspended CEO withdrew from his disciplinary and opted to go to the Labour Court instead.
Majola's lawyer indicated they will not legitimise the hearing, claiming the process was unlawful.
Tip will make a ruling on the sanction on Friday.
Majola was appointed to the cricket body back in 2003.