Why CSA didn’t suspend Boucher, despite racism accusations, 'gross misconduct' charges

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Mark Boucher. (Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images)
Mark Boucher. (Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images)

Cricket South Africa (CSA) consulted two legal experts before making the decision to not suspend Mark Boucher, despite levelling gross misconduct charges against the beleaguered Proteas head coach.

Boucher will continue mentoring the men's national team during his disciplinary proceedings and tour with the Proteas to New Zealand for their two-Test series beginning next month.

READ | Boucher responds to misconduct charges: 'I am solely focused on duties as Proteas head coach'

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