Former CSA chief Nyoka to write book on IPL scandal

Former Cricket South Africa (CSA) President Ntutuzeli Nyoka is set to write a book on the Indian Premier League (IPL) scandals which led to the eventual firing by CSA of his childhood friend Gerald Majola.

All payments during IPL2 were legitimate: BCCI

The BCCI on Saturday refuted allegations that it violated India`s foreign exchange regulations while conducting the 2009 IPL in South Africa, insisting that all the payments were "bona fide and legitimate".

Majola dismissed by Cricket South Africa over IPL bonuses

Suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola has been dismissed with immediate effect for his part in the IPL II bonuses that he paid to himself and other CSA staff, following a disciplinary hearing.

Suspended CSA CEO Majola found guilty over IPL bonuses

Suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola has been found guilty of unauthorised expenditure at a disciplinary hearing.

Majola takes bosses, government to court

Suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola is taking his bosses as well as President Jacob Zuma and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula to court in an attempt to get his position back.

Majola criticized for accusing Mbalula of functioning like apartheid-style minister

Suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) CEO Gerald Majola has been criticized for accusing Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula of functioning like an apartheid-style minister.

Majola disciplinary hearing over IPL bonuses delayed again

The disciplinary hearing of Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola has been delayed yet again, this time at the request of the board due to unavailability of one of its key witnesses.

Majola loses attempt to stay disciplinary hearing

Suspended Cricket South Africa chief executive Gerald Majola has lost a last-ditch attempt to stay his disciplinary hearing over huge IPL 2 and Champions League bonuses that he paid to himself and other CSA staff irregularly.

No bonus scandal in CL T20 hosting, assures CSA

The irregular bonus scandal which followed their hosting of the 2009 IPL will not be repeated when South Africa host this year`s Champions League Twenty20.

Suspended CSA chief Majola hopes to be back before CLT20

Suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive officer Gerald Majola may be back in his position before the start of the Champions League Twenty20 here next week, according to his lawyers.

Suspended CSA CEO Majola wants R4 million golden handshake

Suspended Cricket South Africa chief executive officer Gerald Majola wants a 4 million Rand golden handshake from the Board to part ways, a report claimed on Sunday.

New chairman for Majola hearing

A new chairman has been appointed for the long-delayed disciplinary hearing of suspended Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola over issues, including irregularities in IPL II bonuses to himself and other Board staff.

SA cricket divided over IPL bonus saga: Faul

South African cricket remains divided over the 2009 saga in which now suspended chief executive Gerald Majola paid himself and other Cricket South Africa staff more than R4 million in IPL 2 bonuses, according to acting CSA Chief Executive Jacques Faul.

Jacques Faul resigns as acting CEO of Cricket South Africa

Jacques Faul has resigned as acting CEO of Cricket SA (CSA), four months after replacing embattled chief Gerald Majola.

CSA action on Majola may miss deadline

Cricket South Africa (CSA) may miss its self-imposed deadline of end of May for the finalisation of a disciplinary hearing against suspended chief executive Gerald Majola.

Haroon Lorgat keen to take up top CSA role

Outgoing chief executive of the ICC, Haroon Lorgat has said that he would be open to an offer from Cricket South Africa (CSA), which may soon have to search for a new boss following the suspension of Gerald Majola in March.

CSA facing costly battle to recover IPL bonuses

Cricket South Africa (CSA) is gearing up for a long and costly battle to recover the Indian Premier League (IPL) season-2 bonuses that now suspended chief executive Gerald Majola paid to himself and about 40 other CSA staff members without informing the board.

Litigation mooted if Majola refuses to repay IPL bonus

Cricket South Africa (CSA) may take its suspended chief executive Gerald Majola to court if he refuses to repay the bonus of nearly R2 million, which he pocketed from the second edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) without informing the board.

Majola will have to repay IPL bonus

Suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola will have to repay the almost two million rands that he paid himself as bonus during the 2009 IPL.

Total restructuring of CSA to be investigated

The total restructuring of Cricket South Africa is to be investigated by a steering committee consisting of both CSA representatives and independent members.