Cricket South Africa appoints new Proteas team manager
By Henry Booysen
30 April 2008
Cricket South Africa has appointed the Proteas team doctor Dr Mohammed Moosajee as the national team manager after a string of interviews has led him to be the leading candidate this week.
According to Media officer for Cricket South Africa Michael Owen Smith Dr Moosajee is an passionate sports person has his own private practice and serves on many administrative positions within cricket, including being the Chairman of the Highveld Lion and as Director on the board of Cricket South Africa.
When the announcement was made by Gerald Majola CEO of Cricket South Africa he mentioned that it shouldn’t be to hard for Dr Moosajee to fit in as he was already part of the cricket family.
“Dr Moosajee has a great passion for sport, and we believe his experience and knowledge of cricket will hold him in good stead for this position.
Dr Moosajee’s new appointment will take effect from the 1st of June and will last for three years.