Chris Nenzani has stepped down as the president of Cricket South Africa.
While confirming the resignation of Nenzani, CSA has urged other staff “to continue with their commitment and dedication in advancing the game of cricket”.
Nenzani has resigned as the president of the members’ council and the chairman of the board of directors of Cricket South Africa with effect from August 15, CSA has stated.
Nenzani has led Cricket South Africa since 2013. He provided valuable leadership, insight, assistance and direction in advancing the game of cricket with a focus on achieving transformation and access for the majority of the South African population, CSA has stated.
CSA vice president Beresford Williams will take charge as the interim president.
The CSA has called an AGM on September 5 to pick Nenzani’s successor.
Nenzani’s resignation has come a day after Naasei was dismissed as the CSA Chief Operations Officer for “transgressions of a serious nature”.
Appiah was under suspension since October last year and his legal representative Thapelo Kharametsane had laughed off the dismissal.