Johannesburg - Dr Mtutuzeli Nyoka has been reappointed President of Cricket South Africa (CSA) for the next two years, at CSA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday morning, having been nominated unopposed for the position.
Former KwaZulu-Natal President, Abdool K. Khan, takes over the Vice Presidency position from Ray Mali, who opted not to stand for election.
The position of Chairman of the Finance and Commercial Committee (FINCOM) received two nominations, John Bester and existing Chairman, Professor Hentie Van Wyk. Bester was voted in ahead of Van Wyk, who has served CSA in this position for the past four years.
The three Black African representatives, Dr. Oupa Nkagisang, Zola Thamae and Ernest Molotsi, were reappointed for another two years.
Gary Naidoo and Thandeka Mgoduso were appointed as the two Independent Directors.
John Blair was the only nomination for the position of Head of Audit and Risk and replaced Colin Beggs, who opted not to stand for election.