SOUTH AFRICA- Cricket South Africa (CSA) has been hit with the resignation of its acting CEO Dr. Jacques Faul.
This comes after the organisation revealed its president Chris Nenzani had stepped down on Saturday – a day after COO Naasei Appiah had been fired.
Faul took up the position at the end of last year after the six-month suspension of Thabang Moroe pending the outcome of an investigation into alleged misconduct.
Faul was seconded from the Titans in December 2019 and was due to return to his role with the franchise on September 15, but has opted to leave his post four weeks early.
However, he did not disclose the reasons for his decision.