Mark Boucher and Graeme Smith should never have been charged based on flimsy findings from a flawed Social Justice and Nation- Building (SJN) report, writes Simon Borchardt.
Proteas coach Mark Boucher is apparently “reluctant” to call Proteas players as witnesses when his disciplinary hearing begins on 16 May.
CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith’s arbitration hearing is expected to be wrapped up next week.
Temba Bavuma admits off-field dramas make captaining the Proteas more challenging.
Cricket South Africa is set to take disciplinary action against its director of cricket and former Proteas captain Graeme Smith next week.
The Social Justice and Nation-Building (SJN) report compiled by ombudsman Adv Dumisa Ntsebeza has been received by Cricket SA and is available to the public.
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