The unravelling of Cricket SA's (CSA's) administration backbone continued at breakneck speed as independent board member Shirley Zinn resigned with immediate effect on Tuesday‚ citing problems with CSA's principles of corporate governance.

Zinn‚ who joined CSA in 2018 and served on the human resources and remuneration subcommittee as one of five independent directors‚ said the organisation's appalling manner in which five journalists were banned from covering Mzansi Super League matches‚ its reaction to the Sunday Times's story on former Proteas captain Graeme Smith's imminent appointment as the director of cricket, and CSA's CEO Thabang Moroe's radio interview on Monday regarding the reasons for banning journalists, were some of the reasons that informed her resignation...

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