CSA appoints advocate to head DC hearing into Proteas coach Boucher

2022-01-20 11:12:00 PM

Cricket SA have pressed ahead with a disciplinary hearing against Proteas coach Mark Boucher.

Cricket SA have pressed ahead with a disciplinary hearing against Proteas coach Mark Boucher.

Cricket SA have pressed ahead with a disciplinary hearing against Proteas coach Mark Boucher.

To that end CSA has appointed advocate Terry Motau SC as chairperson of the disciplinary hearing to Test allegations of misconduct against the former Proteas wicketkeeper.CSA proposed that the parties meet Motau on January 26 to determine a timetable for the proceedings.

The allegations against Boucher relate to testimony from his former teammate Paul Adams during the SJN hearings. Adams testified he was referred to as “brown shit” in a song performed by his Proteas teammates during his playing days.In the wake of the hearings

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This follows December’s Social Justice and Nation-Building (SJN) report, which made tentative findings regarding allegations of discrimination and racism against various characters in the sport, including Boucher.20 January 2022 - 16:53 Liam Del Carme Proteas coach Mark Boucher on day four of the third Test against India at Newlands in Cape Town on January 14 2022.Competitions MATRIC ","category_class":"child-of-news","time_ago":"20 mins ago","premium":false,"gallery":false,"excerpt":"Matric results don\u2019t define you as a person, and everyone has a different set of skills, knowledge and attributes.Gibson was appointed following the departure of coach Andrew Gale, members of the coaching team and director of cricket Martyn Moxon last month following allegations of racist abuse by former player Azeem Rafiq.

To that end CSA has appointed advocate Terry Motau SC as chairperson of the disciplinary hearing to Test allegations of misconduct against the former Proteas wicketkeeper. CSA proposed that the parties meet Motau on January 26 to determine a timetable for the proceedings. This follows December’s Social Justice and Nation-building (SJN) report, which made tentative findings regarding allegations of discrimination and racism against various characters in the sport, including Boucher. The allegations against Boucher relate to testimony from his former teammate Paul Adams during the SJN hearings.co. Adams testified he was referred to as “brown shit” in a song performed by his Proteas teammates during his playing days. CSA proposed that the parties meet Motau on January 26 to determine a timetable for the proceedings. In the wake of the hearings Boucher issued an apology via an affidavit to the ombudsman “for any real and perceived inappropriate behaviour by me”. "Ottis' character and his commitment to buying into the process that we are going through at Yorkshire County Cricket Club shone through in our discussions.

CSA said in a statement: “In releasing his report, the ombudsman, advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza SC, indicated that he was not in a position to make “definite findings” and recommended that a further process be undertaken in this regard. Adams testified he was referred to as “brown shit” in a song performed by his Proteas teammates during his playing days.co. “In keeping with this approach, the board was obligated to institute further formal enquiries into CSA employees, suppliers or contractors who are implicated by the SJN report, and this is the first of these processes.” CSA board chair Lawson Naidoo added: “The board remains mindful of its duty to treat allegations of racism or discrimination with the utmost seriousness and in a manner that ensures fairness and due process in terms of SA’s constitution and labour legislation. CSA said in a statement: “In releasing his report, the ombud, advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza, indicated that he was not in a position to make “definite findings” and recommended that a further process be undertaken in this regard. .citizen.