Members of the touring party were shocked to see their vice-captain drinking champagne at the team hotel on Monday, when CA's integrity chief Iain Roy grilled players over an illegal plan to scuff the ball in Cape Town.
Warner, 31, is right in the eye of the storm surrounding the ball-tampering crisis with Australian media reports surfacing that the dashing southpaw is the "the central character" in the scandal that has rocked cricket.
Warner's resignation comes just two days after global team-mate Smith quit as Rajasthan Royals skipper.
Sutherland said that Lehmann will continue in the capacity of coach with the team.
It comes after Warner was sent home from Australia's tour of South Africa for his role in the ball-tampering scandal that has engulfed the Baggy Greens. "If there is any instruction (from the team), then I will try those shots".
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Like Harbhajan Singh, who was vocal in a tweet about the quantum of punishment the ICC meted out to Smith and Cameron Bancroft, feeling aggrieved at both being let off to easily, Saha said, rules should be the same for everyone.
On the ball-tampering controversy, he said: "I don't think only two people were involved in this".
Talking about the SRH middle order, Saha said, "I don't remember all the names, but the middle order is good".
The franchise is set to announce a new skipper in the next few days, with India opener Shikhar Dhawan being tipped as the front-runner to the job. "The plus point is that when batsmen have failed, bowlers have done well to win matches".
Saha added that he does not plan to follow skipper Virat Kohli in playing County cricket ahead of the all-important England series.