Johannesburg. The Cricket Council of South Africa ( CSA ), a member of Cricket South Africa ( CSA ) suspended due to 'misgovernance' by the country's Olympic body, has promised to resolve the 'failure to conduct' and take action against the wrongdoers. The member council of the CSA on Saturday studied the essence of the Fandudji forensic report. In 2016, this committee was formed after an independent investigation into the administrative affairs of CSA which prepared the report. On the basis of this report, former CSA CEO Thabang Meroi was dismissed last month.
"The member council of CSA met on Saturday and studied the essence of Fandudji forensic report," CSA said in a statement. The findings and recommendations of the report were discussed among the members. According to the statement, matters of failure of operations, financial control, media recognition and financial transactions of CSA were discussed and action taken against the parties and recommendations. A plan to implement was introduced and accepted.
In the same month, the South Africa Sports Federation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) asked the CSA Board to withdraw from CSA's operations as SASCOC investigated several misconducts and mismanagement in the organization.