Zimbabwe board hit by resignations
After a few months of relative calm, infighting inside Zimbabwe Cricket appears to have broken out again with news that Crispen Tsvarai has quit the interim executive and also stepped down as chairman of Bulawayo Metropolotan Cricket Association.
Tsvarai's decision is reported to have come after what sources inside ZC described as "a serious fallout" with Peter Chingoka, the board's chairman, and Ozias Bvute, the managing director, at a meeting last week.
It was also reported that Bruce Makovah, the chief selector, has stepped down from his post although the reasons are not clear. He is not believed to have travelled with the side to India for the Champions Trophy, leaving Kevin Curran, the coach, in sole charge of picking the team.