Cricket South Africa have been forced to postpone their Annual General Meeting scheduled for Saturday, during which they were due to elect a new president and at least two other board members.
The postponement comes after CSA were due to meet with the country’s minister of sport, Nathi Mthethwa, who demanded to see the forensic report that resulted in former CEO Thabang Moroe being fired last week. CSA cited the review and implementation of the findings of the report as well as a review of its governance model as two of the reasons the AGM cannot take place as planned. A new date for the meeting has yet to be decided.
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Source: ESPN Crickinfo