Cricket South Africa (CSA) has decided to release the full Funduzi Forensic Audit Report into corporate governance and irregularities at CSA.
In October after more than two months of deliberation, Cricket South Africa released the summary of the Fundudzi Forensic Report.
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 principles of good corporate governance.
The report was used in the proceedings to discipline Moroe, who was subsequently dismissed.
Cricket South Africa’s Interim Board releases the complete Fundudzi Report.
Full report ? https://t.co/O0o5CEMxDS pic.twitter.com/J8k67NNwrZ
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) November 25, 2020
CSA says they’ve decided that releasing the report is in the public interest, despite the fact that some people and organisations are implicated, and they believe it does not paint the full picture.
A forensic report into CSA finds former CEO Thabang Moroe was in gross violation of duties