Cricket South Africa (CSA) wants to ensure that more black women serve on its council and board of directors and that black women hold high executive positions at provincial unions.
The provinces could even be financially punished if they do not meet these transformation demands, according to the submission that a CSA delegation intended to submit to parliament’s portfolio committee for sport on Tuesday.
In the submission that CSA prepared for its appearance before the portfolio committee, the governing body outlines these plans.
CSA says the vacant position of independent councilor will be filled by a black woman – “preferably with media and marketing skills”.
CSA says that a proposal to the board will be submitted before the annual meeting of 5 December.