After more than two months of deliberation, Cricket South Africa (CSA) has finally released the summary of the now infamous Fundudzi Forensic Report after a teleconference on Monday morning.
The report that spans four years from January 2016 to December 2019 is a damning one, suggesting that then Chief Executive Thabang Moroe violated CSA’s own internal processes, parts of the Companies Act and general principals of good corporate governance.
The report was used in the proceedings to discipline Moroe, who was subsequently dismissed.
Non-Independent Director to the Board of CSA John Mogodi says: “Instituting disciplinary action against Moroe for the revocation of media accreditation which contravened section 76(3) (b) of the Companies Act, clause 2.1 of the CSA Code of Conduct and Clause 4.1 of his employment contract. Failing to act in the best interest of CSA in terms of Section 76(3) (b) of the Companies in that he caused CSA to pay ‘Service Provider X’ R3 019 244.82 without following Procurement Policies and Procedures.”
In the video below, Mogodi outlined the finer details of the report: