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CricketSABusinessLive reports that suspended Cricket SA (CSA) CEO Thabang Moroe has accused the organisation’s president Chris Nenzani and acting CEO Jacques Faul of misleading parliament during a presentation to the portfolio committee on sport‚ arts and culture last week.  

A CSA delegation presented an annual performance report and a turnaround strategy on Friday.  In a letter addressed to chair Beauty Dlulani on Tuesday‚ Moroe detailed how the CSA delegation allegedly misrepresented the truth when it told the committee that “investigations relating to Moroe have been completed”.  Amongst other points, the delegation also told the committee that “the forensic auditors were not able to consult with Moroe regardless of various attempts to do so”.  Moroe’s lawyer Sharlyn Geza indicated in a letter to the committee that the CSA’s assertion that the forensic investigation into the suspended CEO had been completed was “disingenuous”.  Geza advised that her client believed the investigation was still ongoing, and pointed to continued correspondence with her client despite the governing body’s claim it was over.  “CSA’s attempt to present Mr Moroe as being unco-operative is false,” Geza wrote, adding that as far as Moroe was aware the investigation into allegations of impropriety on the his part was still ongoing.  Moroe was suspended by phone by Nenzani on 5 December 2019.  The forensic auditors were only appointed on 6 March 2020.

  • Read the full original of the report in the above regard by Tiisetso Malepa at BusinessLive

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