Ken Borland
Sports Journalist
5 minute read
22 Jun 2022
9:19 am

Cricket SA CEO Pholetsi Moseki opens up about CSA turmoil, T20 boost

Ken Borland

'I don’t know how many times I was deciding whether to stay or go, but by the time I thought I should go, in late 2020, I was the only executive left and I felt a responsibility.'

Pholetsi Moseki, the new CEO of Cricket South Africa. Picture: Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images

What strikes you most when chatting to Cricket South Africa’s CEO Pholetsi Moseki is that this man just loves the game so much, and also feels he has a responsibility to it, which explains why he stuck it out through the organisation’s most problematic years. Moseki first joined CSA in July 2019 as their chief financial officer. By the end of that year, the organisation was in administrative shambles and Moseki found himself fulfilling various extra roles, until he was ultimately appointed acting chief executive in December 2020, succeeding the likes of Jacques Faul and the shortlived Kugandrie Govender. Also...