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CSA chief executive Moroe fired over ‘serious misconduct’

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has announced that its board of directors has terminated the contract of chief executive Thabang Moroe after an independent investigation found that he had committed acts of “serious misconduct”.

Moroe (pictured) was appointed chief executive of CSA in July 2018 but was suspended last December amid allegations of misconduct. His contract with the beleaguered governing body has now been terminated following the conclusion of the independent investigation.

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