(Photo) CSA drop misconduct charges against Mark Boucher

CSA have withdrawn the charges in Mark Boucher’s disciplinary hearing, and the former South African stumper has confirmed he wants to continue as the head coach of the men’s team. The board is no longer seeking his dismissal over the findings of the Social Justice and Nation-Building report, which stated that Boucher may have engaged in conduct that was prejudicial on the basis of race. Paul Adams and Enoch Nkwe deciding against testifying at the hearings, and the outcome of former director of cricket Graeme Smith’s arbitration, which gave him a clean chit on all counts, CSA found the charges were no longer sustainable.