The issues that Cricket South Africa has been facing due to the ignorance of the governing body (SACA) have increased as their major sponsor has declared that they will not renew their deal. Standard Bank, which is a title sponsor of the men’s team, has decided not to renew their current deal, which ends April 30th, 2020. The Standard Bank has sponsored CSA from 1998 and 2011 after which they signed a new four-year deal in 2016 at approximately $27 million. Standard Bank has decided to not renew the deal due to the governing issues and also because they believe that this is tarnishing its worldwide reputation. The Chief Marketing and Communications Officer of Standard Bank Group, Thulani Sibeko, stated that Standard Bank is focused on maintaining the most elevated levels of initiative, honesty, and administration. Considering ongoing improvements at CSA, which are a summit of long-standing issues that have harmed Standard Bank’s notoriety and so it has chosen not to recharge its association with CSA. Additionally, three chiefs – Shirley Zinn, Iqbal Khan, and Dawn Makhobo – have likewise left the CSA board in the midst of calls for president Chris Nenzani to step down from the top post. Chief Thabang Moroe has also been suspended from his obligations. At present, CSA has locked a court fight with South Africa Cricketers’ Association (SACA) and has an anticipated monetary loss of at any rate US$ 44 million in the following four-year time frame. Due to all this, the future of CSA is uncertain and surely something to watch out for.