It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
A comparison of the CSA backdrop between this and the last England tour here only underlines the speed of the organisation’s rot, writes Rob Houwing.
Should Haroon Lorgat’s initial ‘Global League’ really have been binned? Rob Houwing isn’t wowed thus far by its reincarnation as the MSL.
Six months after parting ways with Cricket South Africa, Haroon Lorgat is still drawing a full chief executive’s salary.
Always a complex, politically-charged place, Rob Houwing chews on the possibility CSA sacrificed a ‘good guy’ to their cost with the fall of Haroon Lorgat …...
South Africa's first ever T20 Global League, which was due to get underway in November, has been postponed.
Haroon Lorgat, the outgoing chief executive of CSA, on Friday predicted the country's mooted Global T20 League would be a success.
Very much assembled under his watch, the Global League slips into more instability with Haroon Lorgat’s departure as CSA CEO, writes Rob Houwing.
Cricket South Africa has announced the itineraries for the Zimbabwe and India tours, as well as the Proteas women's series.
The Proteas will face Zimbabwe in the first ever 4-day Day/Night Test match starting on Boxing Day while India and SA square off at Newlands from January 5.
Cricket South Africa has congratulated Marais Erasmus on becoming the second South African to stand as an umpire in 100 first-class matches.
The Mzansi Super League is not without its problems, but it is not fair to compare it to the Big Bash League or the IPL, writes Lloyd Burnard.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is looking increasingly like a ship on the verge of sinking, writes Lloyd Burnard.
There is hope for dejected local sports fans with Cricket South Africa in with a big shout for another World Cup in next available slot of 2027, says Rob Houwing.
Whichever way you look at it, the postponement of the first ever T20 Global League is a calamitous stuff-up, says Lloyd Burnard.
The Global T20 broadcast rights issue and leadership qualities have apparently led to the departure of CSA chief executive Haroon Lorgat.
Haroon Lorgat has released a personal statement to the cricket fraternity following his decision to step down as Cricket SA CEO.
Cricket South Africa has confirmed that the organisation and its CEO, Haroon Lorgat, have parted ways.
The International Cricket Council has responded cautiously to Sport24 over CSA’s plans for a four-day Test match from Boxing Day, writes Rob Houwing.
CSA chief executive Haroon Lorgat has confirmed the Proteas will play on Boxing Day, but couldn't say who the opponents will be or which format will be played.
The likelihood of involving Saturday and Sunday play could partially atone for a delayed start to the New Year Test at Newlands, writes Rob Houwing.
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