Cricket South Africa (CSA) did not sell out to India, England and Australia over the decision to allow the `Big Three` to effectively take control of the sport, president Chris Nenzani said on Tuesday.
A hasty meeting between the respective presidents of the Indian and South African boards may have reportedly turned Cricket South Africa (CSA) in favour of a controversial ICC proposal to significantly reshape the governance of world cricket.
Cricket South Africa, originally not in favour of ICC`s structural revamp, welcomed the agreement reached on Saturday in Singapore terming it as "significantly different" to the original proposals tabled in January.
Cricket South Africa president Chris Nenzani today denied reports that his Board has reached an agreement with the BCCI on the controversial ICC revamp proposals in lieu of reinstatement of their CEO Haroon Lorgat into mainstream administration.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) chairman Chris Nenzani on Tuesday said CEO Haroon Lorgat has not been suspended and his removal relates only to the allegations contained in the David Becker article and he remains responsible for all other areas of the board`s operations.
The meeting between BCCI president N Srinivasan and his Cricket South Africa (CSA) counterpart Chris Nenzani didn`t yield any conclusive result on the itinerary of India`s tour of South Africa but is seen by many as "first step towards right direction".
The decks for India`s tour of South Africa may get cleared by the third week of this month as BCCI has invited Cricket South Africa (CSA) president Chris Nenzani for discussions on the proposed bilateral series.