Cricket South Africa (CSA) is expected to seal the fate of suspended Chief Executive Thabang Moroe next week.
The CSA Board of Directors which has had the initial discussion on the interim report of the forensic audit into alleged misconduct by the suspended CEO will again been meeting on Friday to decide on the action on the basis of the “findings and recommendations”.
CSA has confirmed on Tuesday that the board of directors had an initial discussion regarding the first report of the commissioned forensic audit on Monday evening.
The Board of Directors of CSA had its initial discussion of the first report of the commissioned Forensic Audit on Monday evening & will have a follow up meeting on Friday when they will take the actions necessary from its findings and recommendations. 1/4) pic.twitter.com/AV39RBiiJm
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) June 30, 2020
“I would like to stress that the board is treating this matter with urgency and is committed to bringing it to immediate conclusion,” CSA president Chris Nenzani has stated in a Press release.
“We will certainly be able to act on the issue of the suspended chief executive on the basis of the first report,” he said.
The preliminary report though has been a little late than expected, CSA has confirmed that a forensic audit into alleged misconduct by Moroe will be concluded next week
Jacques Faul had taken the reigns of CSA after Moroe was suspended with salaries for alleged misconduct in December for a six-month period.