Bangalore, Oct 22: The powerful Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has got what it wanted from Cricket South Africa (CSA).
CSA has bowed to BCCI's pressure and is all set to suspend its CEO Haroon Lorgat, according to "Times Now" news channel.
The uncertainty over India's tour to South Africa will soon be over once Lorgat is suspended and kept out of the matters related to this schedule.
"It is now for Cricket South Africa (CSA) to clear its mess and give the schedule a final go-ahead," a BCCI official told "The Times of India".
According to the re-worked schedule, India are set to play two Tests and three One Day Internationals from December. Originally, India were to play three Tests, seven ODIs and also two Twenty20 Internationals.