All members of the South African Cricket Board (CSA), including acting president Barry Ford Williams, have resigned.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, six members of the South African board resigned last Sunday, while the remaining four members have also resigned today.
According to the report, the highest decision-making committee of the South African Cricket Board had asked all the members of the board to resign.
Earlier, it was reported that the South African government intended to interfere in the administration of the board, which has led to the cricket board being threatened with a ban on international cricket.
South African Sports Minister Nathi Methithwa said in a statement that she had informed the ICC.
It should be noted that according to the ICC constitution, government interference in the affairs of the board is prohibited, while in case of committing it, the country’s team may face a ban on playing international matches as a punishment.