SOUTH AFRICA CAPTAINCY by Telford Vice • Last updated on Share Tweet What will his decision be? © AFP Despite what happened in Adelaide almost a month ago Temba Bavuma isn’t expected to be relieved of South Africa’s T20I captaincy anytime soon. If he goes it seems it will be on his own terms. And that with concerns growing inside and out of cricket’s corridors of power over his emotional welfare. CSA’s board meeting last week would seem to have been a valuable opportunity to interrogate the issue. It is after all the board who hire and fire captains, and in his apparently shaky current frame of mind, Bavuma may not be able to make the best decision on his position. Was his future in the role debated? “This was not discussed at the last board meeting,” Pholetsi Moseki, CSA’s chief executive, told Cricbuzz. “It was agreed to allow the director of cricket to finish his fact-finding on the T20 World Cup, and to then present his report to the cricket committee, which will then be referred to the board for a way forward.” Cricbuzz asked CSA’s director of cricket, Enoch Nkwe, who has been charged with conducting a review… Read full this story
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