Ex-Cricket South Africa CEO Thabang Moroe has confirmed he has made a submission and will testify at the organisation’s transformation inquiry hearings.
That’s according to TimesLive.
Moroe was suspended in December 2019 after allegations of misconduct and eventually dismissed in August last year.
He has not spoken to the media since his suspension, but this week called in to Robert Marawa’s ‘Marawa Sport Worldwide’ show.
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One of the claims made by Moroe when he called in was that at CSA, black African players’ bowling actions‚ behaviour and temperament would be called into question just before announcements of Proteas World Cup squads.
Moroe was then asked if he would appear at the hearings or not.
“Yes‚ you are going to have me at the SJN testifying, but not only testifying, but also to poke holes in how certain things are being done and obviously to give the truth to the public‚” said Moroe.