Assistant coach Enoch Nkwe signals an intention to resign from Proteas job
JOHANNESBURG - Cricket South Africa on Monday confirmed that Proteas assistant coach, Enoch Nkwe, has indeed signalled an intention to resign, and this matter was being considered by the board.
The announcement comes after TimesLive revealed that Nkwe wanted to quit and had stated in his resignation letter that: “The working environment within the team management has become a contaminated space for him to continue to work in”.
In a short statement confirming the bombshell, CSA said they had “noted media reports about the resignation of Proteas assistant coach, Enoch Nkwe. Nkwe has indeed signalled an intention to resign, and this matter is being considered by the board. The chairperson and the acting CEO are currently engaging with Nkwe about his future.
A further statement will be made when these consultations have been concluded."
That announcement comes on a difficult day for the Cricket body after Proteas head coach Mark Boucher wished to clarify his position regarding the Social Justice and Nation Building Hearings, where former teammates spoke out in several testimonies about alleged racial discrimination and exclusionary team culture.
In two sworn affidavits, Boucher apologised unreservedly for any offense and hurt he might have caused during his playing days - while in the other - he vehemently rejects the allegations Paul Adams leveled against him.
He has also offered a "sincere apology for any real and perceived inappropriate behavior by me".
Proteas coach Mark Boucher has released a statement where he wishes to clarify his position regarding the #SJN Hearings. He has also offered a "sincere apology for any real and perceived inappropriate behaviour by me". pic.twitter.com/ldaMVMLy33— EWN Sport (@EWNsport) August 23, 2021
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