Jacques Faul

  • Retiring Faul lauded for reviving Cricket South Africa February 28, 2013

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) has bid farewell to acting CEO Jacques Faul who stepped in during one of the authority's most trying periods and helped sponsors regain confidence after a two-year crisis in the wake of the irregular IPL bonus issue. "Jacques took over as CEO on 17 March 2012...
  • South Africa to appoint a black selector December 11, 2012

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) plans to appoint a black selector soon as part of its efforts to transform the sport in the country. Despite 80 per cent of the population being black, the Proteas have fielded only five black players in the 200 Test matches since South Africa made a...
  • SA deny role of their players in Pietersen saga October 8, 2012

    Johannesburg: South Africa's cricket body has "dismissed with contempt" allegations by the head of its English counterpart that South African players provoked Kevin Pietersen in the text message saga that saw him excluded from England's team. Cricket South Africa's acting chief executive Jacques Faul said on Monday it was "absolute rubbish"...
  • 'SA cricket divided over IPL bonus saga' July 6, 2012

    Johannesburg: South African cricket remains divided over the 2009 saga in which now suspended chief executive Gerald Majola paid himself and other Cricket South Africa staff more than R4 million in IPL 2 bonuses, according to acting CSA chief executive Jacques Faul. Faul tendered his resignation Thursday evening, but is reconsidering...
  • Cricket South Africa chief Faul resigns July 6, 2012

    Johannesburg: The acting chief executive of Cricket South Africa (CSA), Jacques Faul, has tendered his resignation barely four months after sports minister Fikile Mbalula appointed him to restructure the embattled organisation. However CSA has asked Faul, who according to insiders was "tired" of the in-fighting within the ranks of CSA and...
  • SA to tour England despite terror warning June 27, 2012

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa is not too much concerned about the warning of terrorist attacks in London during the Olympic Games and is going ahead with its national team's tour of England next month, according to its chief executive. Acting CSA chief executive Jacques Faul said the Board would not be...
  • SA replaces Boxing Day Test with T20 June 5, 2012

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) has decided to revamp their international season for the 2012-13, and the first casualty is the Boxing Day Test match in Johannesburg. Jacques Faul, CSA's acting chief executive, said the new schedule – which has five Tests, eight ODIs and five Twenty20s spread across eight venues...
  • CSA to sign huge sponsorship deal June 5, 2012

    Johannesburg: In a boost to its sagging fortunes after the IPL 2 bonuses debacle, Cricket South Africa is on the verge of signing a huge deal with a leading insurance company. Acting chief executive of CSA, Jacques Faul confirmed that a six-year sponsorship deal with a financial institution was imminent,...
  • IPL bonus refusal can take Majola to court May 2, 2012

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) may take its suspended chief executive Gerald Majola to court if he refuses to repay the bonus of nearly R2 million, which he pocketed from the second edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) without informing the board. CSA acting chief executive Jacques Faul said...
  • South Africa decline Bangladesh tour April 25, 2012

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa has declined an invitation to play limited-overs and Twenty20 internationals in Bangladesh next month. "Unfortunately there are too many practical obstacles that prevent us from accepting this commitment," CSA chief executive Jacques Faul said. "At the moment most of our senior Proteas are spread around the world...