“Certain aspects” concerning the governance of Cycling South Africa have been investigated by a special panel appointed by the federation’s executive committee, which is now acting on its recommendations.
This emerged in a statement on CSA’s website today following the surprise announcement earlier this week that general manager Mike Bradley had resigned after six years at the helm.
The statement said, “As an organisation that strives to promote good governance, the executive committee of CSA appointed an ad hoc investigation panel consisting of a senior advocate, advocate and an attorney to investigate certain aspects concerning the national federation, Cycling South Africa.
“The panel has provided a report to the executive committee of CSA and made recommendations for a process to be followed in order to address the matters raised, including the governance of the federation.
“The federation confirms that all the recommendations of the ad hoc investigation panel are being reviewed.
“A full disclosure of the findings and steps taken will be shared with the relevant institutions and authorities, including the Department of Sport and Recreation, SASCOC and the UCI.”
The statement concluded by noting that the executive committee “has accepted the resignation of the general manager of Cycling South Africa with effect from 8 November 2019”.