Pholetsi Moseki appointed as the permanent chief executive officer (CEO) of Cricket South Africa on Wednesday.
Cricket South Africa named Pholetsi Moseki as its permanent chief executive officer (CEO) on Wednesday. Moseki has been the acting CEO of CSA since December 2020. Moseki’s official tenure begins on April 1 and will last five years. Since Thabang Moroe was suspended in December 2019. CSA has been without a full-time CEO.
“Finding a new CEO has been a critical component in the process of fixing cricket from the ground up and setting us on a path to renewal and growth,” CSA chairperson Lawson Naidoo said.
“I feel delight that Pholetsi has agreed to take on this exciting challenge. I am confident that he will ensure that cricket becomes a national game of winners, making all South Africans proud.”
“Pholetsi has demonstrated exceptional dedication and commitment since joining the CSA family. He has been a vital link in the leadership chain, particularly during difficult times. He has been instrumental in steering the organization in the right direction “Naidoo summed up.
Pholetsi Moseki CEO of Cricket South Africa
“The Board also wishes to thank the CEO Recruitment Panel for its diligence in ensuring we achieved this positive outcome.” The CSA Board will provide full support to the CEO, ensuring he is enabled and equipped with the necessary structures to succeed in moving the organization forward in accordance with the new CSA strategy of excellence, access, and inclusivity. CSA is fortunate in that Mr. Moseki was an integral player in the development of the new strategy and is familiar with the goals and outcomes CSA intends to achieve.”
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