Don McIntosh

 
CSA inquiry findings to be announced
CSA inquiry findings to be announced
The findings of an inquiry into Cricket South Africa (CSA) are expected to be announced by Judge Christopher Nicholson in Pretoria on Friday.
CSA's Khan: board has time to learn Companies' Act
CSA's Khan: board has time to learn Companies' Act
Cricket SA's (CSA) acting president, AK Khan, says the federation's board has not left it too late to familiarise itself with the Companies'...
'Inflated bonuses crippled the game'
'Inflated bonuses crippled the game'
Cricket administrators travelled on business-class gravy planes around the world -- with their partners in tow -- and rewarded themselves with...
Nothing illegal about CSA bonuses, inquiry hears
Nothing illegal about CSA bonuses, inquiry hears
Former Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief operations officer Don McIntosh said on Thursday that he did not feel it necessary to clear a bonus payment...
Former CSA official grilled over bonus
Former CSA official grilled over bonus
Former Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief operations officer Don McIntosh was on Thursday grilled about bonuses in the ministerial inquiry into CSA's...
Cricket SA needs an impartial umpire
Cricket SA needs an impartial umpire
The more Cricket South Africa (CSA) and its chief executive, Gerald Majola, try to draw a line under the financial scandal that has dragged the...
Sascoc advises CSA about audit findings on Majola
Sascoc advises CSA about audit findings on Majola
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has been advised on how to tackle the findings of a forensic audit, South Africa Sports Confederation and Olympic...
Majola and McIntosh 'calculated their own bonuses'
Majola and McIntosh 'calculated their own bonuses'
A forensic audit report indicates that Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola allegedly lied to the federation's board about...

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