Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday confirmed the resignation of the members who resigned from their positions abruptly.
The board finally accepted the resignations of the newly appointed president Beresford Williams and five others who walked away from their positions.
CSA finally took to its official Twitter handle to confirm the development as the ruckus continues within the board.
“The Members’ Council thanks every member who diligently served on the Board and selflessly sacrificed their time for extended and often, overwhelming periods, to assist Cricket South Africa” the tweeted.
CSA has been under the turbulent economic state and the resignation exodus has now stretched their problems to a significant extent.
“Acting President of CSA Beresford Williams has handed in his resignation with immediate effect. Williams said that he is deeply passionate about cricket and because of his love for the game, he has resigned as this is the best way he can currently serve cricket,” CSA posted on Twitter.
Other members who stepped down from their positions are John Mogodi, Angelo Carolissen, Donovan May, and Tebogo Siko.
Only Dheven Dharmalingham, who managed the finance is the only non-member in the list to have resigned along with the others.
“As mentioned in Friday’s press statement, the CSA Board met this week and discussed various strategies that would best position CSA. One of these approaches was that if the Board would need to step down for the best interest of CSA and cricket as a whole, the Board would then do so,” CSA stated.