Cricket South Africa (CSA) finally released a much-anticipated summary of the Fundudzi Report which revealed serious allegations of mismanagement by former chief executive Thabang Moroe.
CSA fired Moroe with immediate effect last month following an eight-month long fully paid suspension.
Moroe has since complained that his dismissal was unlawful and has approached the Labour Court.
The latest revelations will only intensify these proceedings with the Fundudzi Report alleging that Moroe was guilty of failing to
follow procurement processes, excessive alcohol purchases in the region of R275 000 and overstepping boundaries in the involvement of affiliates.
Moroe allegedly also“failed to follow procurement processes in the appointment of Service Provider and failed to act in the best interest of CSA in terms of Section 76(3)(b) of the Companies Act in that he caused CSA to pay Service Provider R3 019 244.82 without following Procurement Policies and Procedures”.