new Delhi: For the last few days, there has been a lot of turmoil in the cricket world regarding Cricket South Africa. Because the Olympic Committee under the South African government has suspended the Cricket South Africa Board.
Meanwhile, news of some relief for CSA is coming out. Actually there was a meeting between the Olympic Committee and the South Africa Cricket Board and the result of that meeting has turned positive. It is known that the SASCOC organization suspended the CSA Board on matters like mismanagement and corruption and took over the reins.
Trying to bring South Africa cricket back on track
It is worth noting that the administrative structure in Cricket South Africa is disturbed and he has faced charges of corruption and racial discrimination. The governing body of cricket in South Africa suffered a setback last week when SASCOC asked it to withdraw from the game as they are investigating several misconduct and misconduct cases in the organization. The CSA said that some important issues were identified during the meeting.
The South Africa Cricket Board said in a statement on Tuesday that the meeting gave a view to proceed with a cooperative attitude in the interests of good governance and executive governance. Apart from this, the statement also said that key points were identified and discussed by the representatives of the member council of CSA and board directors of SASCOC who attended the meeting. The two organizations agreed that important points will be discussed further during the joint press conference to be held on 17 September 2020.
ICC has not yet taken any action
Actually, the Olympic Committee of South Africa has suspended Cricket South Africa against the rules of International Cricket Council (ICC). However, till now the ICC has not interfered in this matter. But according to the ICC rules, the national government of any country cannot and does not take decisions on the affairs of a cricket board and can take the process of its operations in its own hands. However, this meeting of the Olympic Committee and the South Africa Cricket Board may result in good results for cricket.