A step forward, a stumble backward -- that's the frustrating story of local cricket administration
The Cricket South Africa board meeting has resulted in the decision to restructure itself into a trimmer size 12.
Just when it seemed safe to go back into the water, the administrative sharks have returned to South African cricketing waters.
Suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola was found guilty in absentia on Wednesday by a disciplinary hearing.
Suspended CSA CEO Gerald Majola withdrew from his disciplinary hearing on Wednesday in order to approach the Labour Court, his lawyers said.
Cricket SA has confirmed that its board of directors will be restructured to include five independent, five non-independent members and the CEO.
South Africa's captain Graeme Smith believes England's Kevin Pietersen's retirement from limited-overs cricket will leave "a big hole in his life".
CSA acting head Jacques Faul says he has the backing of its board after he rescinded his resignation, ending a week of uncertainty over his future.
Cricket South Africa has signed an agreement with the government to further implement the recommendations of the Nicholson inquiry.
Cricket SA says that although the traditional Boxing Day Test has been replaced by a T20 match this year, it doesn't mean it's gone for good.
Interim Gauteng Cricket Board administrator Ray Mali has confirmed that he has been approached by clubs in the province to step down from his post.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says suspended CSA chief executive Gerald Majola has the constitutional right to use legal structures available to him.
Suspended Cricket SA boss Gerald Majola has failed in his bid to remove John Myburgh as the independent chairperson of his disciplinary hearing.
We need a few good men (or women) to lead us out of the mess Cricket SA created. Fortunately Jacques Faul fits the bill, writes Neil Manthorp.
Cricket SA has met its deadline to complete a report requested by the sports ministry, in response to recommendations made by a ministerial inquiry.
Acting Cricket South Africa president Willie Basson has been tasked with repairing the organisation and restoring South African cricket's image.
Proteas's paceman Vernon Philander got another shot at international cricket and he has shown that the selectors made the right move by choosing him.
CSA's acting president Willie Basson says he hopes to get rid of the negative public opinion of the organisation by finding out exactly what's wrong.
Should Majola stay or should he go? Whatever happens, Neil Manthorp says South African cricket deserves a period of stability.
Cricket South Africa chief executive Gerald Majola has been suspended by CSA's board of directors.