Cricket South Africa’s embattled acting president, Beresford Williams, has finally fallen on his sword and resigned‚ ending a three-month period in which he steadfastly held onto his seat, despite mounting criticism. Times Live reports that it is understood CSA will tell sports‚ arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa it is willing to agree to the creation of an interim governance structure that will be made up of four current independent board members‚ a representative nominated by the minister‚ one by Sascoc and another by the International Cricket Council. CSA will also propose that a former national cricketer of good standing serve on the board pending approval from the South African Cricketers’ Association.