JOHANNESBURG: Former Cricket South Africa chief operating officer Don McIntosh has told an inquiry committee that there was no need to disclose the huge bonuses that he, CEO Gerald Majola and other CSA officials got for hosting IPL's second season in South Africa two years ago.
McIntosh told this to the Nicholson inquiry into the financial affairs of CSA. He received 1.4 million rands for his role in the second IPL which was hosted in South Africa due to security concerns arising out of general elections in India at that time.
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The former official also told the inquiry, instituted by sports minister Fikile Mbalula, that the remuneration committee of CSA was inefficient.
"(The committee) has not been vigorous," McIntosh said. "They arrange rushed meetings and then go on to assess staff performances. That, to me, is not satisfactory. I did not tell (the remuneration committee) about the IPL bonus. I dealt with Gerald (Majola) as my superior. I disclosed everything to him," McIntosh said.