Cricket South Africa (CSA) and its chief executive Haroon Lorgat have parted ways with immediate effect.
CSA president Chris Nenzani confirmed the news on Thursday.
Nenzani said the reason was due to a breakdown in the relationship between the board and Lorgat.
CSA vice president Thabang Moroe has been appointed by the board as the acting CEO
Eyewitness News Sports reporter Morena Mothupi has more on the story.
There has been a power shift in CSA over the recent number of months. Now, you see the acting president [Moroe] has sort of come into CSA, but we are definitely surprised to see this now.— Morena Mothupi, EWN sports reporter
The issue with India will always be top of mind.— Morena Mothupi, EWN sports reporter
There is I suppose a lot of other factors that contribute to it which is why the statement from CSA says they will address the matter at a more suitable time.— Morena Mothupi, EWN sports reporter
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