Legal battle to bring an end to quotas in SA sport begins

The South African Rugby Union (SARU), Cricket South Africa (CSA), Athletics South Africa (ASA) and Netball South Africa (NSA) were challenged to defend their racial quota targets before the Labour Court in court papers served with the court this morning. The papers were served by labour movement Solidarity and minority rights group AfriForum. Both parties […]
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Herbst: What They Don’t Want You To Know. Quotas, John Jeffery And The UN.

It’s an event that’s etched into the mind of any South African cricket lover. Vernon Philander making his way onto the park instead of Kyle Abbott in the 2015 Cricket World Cup semi-final match against New Zealand in Auckland. And it must be said that Abbott was the team’s form bowler through the tournament, while […]
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Anti-White Racism in Protea’s World Cup Cricket Team confirmed by AB de Villiers and Parliamentary Minutes

Will the ICC act against Cricket SA for their racism in team selection? Vernon Philander’s selection ahead of Kyle Abbott in the SA team that played in the 2015 World Cup semi-final was imposed on AB de Villiers‚ a new book says. “Had Vernon‚ who was officially classified as coloured‚ been selected ahead of Kyle‚ […]
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Tony Cozier, legendary voice of West Indies cricket, dies at 75

Well-known West Indian cricket commentator Tony Cozier has died in his hometown of Bridgetown, Barbados after a long illness. His career spanned over five decades and included extensive work across TV, radio and written media. Cozier covered West Indies cricket for over 50 years, making a great contribution towards the game. Inspired by his father, […]
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