Racial quotas

 
Ban international sports entirely until teams meet racial quotas
Ban international sports entirely until teams meet racial quotas
I am sick of white tears and last week there were a lot of them, mostly provoked by Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula’s pronouncement that South...
Black rugby 'starts with parents'
Black rugby 'starts with parents'
That a group of professional rugby players would anonymously break ranks with the rugby fraternity and approach an unaffiliated party such as...
Meyer has a chance to transform
Meyer has a chance to transform
Heyneke Meyer has one week left to finish his horse-trading. Next Friday, the Springbok coach will announce the 31 players who will represent South...
UCT: A campus at odds with itself
UCT: A campus at odds with itself
I’m a visual studies scholar at the University of Cape Town, looking to the creative and the gaze in order to open a set of questions around...
Saru dismisses giving race quota instructions
Saru dismisses giving race quota instructions
The South African Rugby Union (Saru) has denied reports that it has instructed that at least half of the South African Schools Rugby team must be...
Fikile’s big wind-up: Hold the fury
Fikile’s big wind-up: Hold the fury
If it was Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula’s intention to fire yet another warning shot across the bows of the country’s major associations with his threat this week to impose a 60% black quota on all national teams, it met with limited success....
Tackling race issues in white-dominated cricket, rugby
Tackling race issues in white-dominated cricket, rugby
Nearly two decades after the fall of apartheid, South Africa is still struggling to adjust the complexion of teams in the high-profile white-dominated sports of cricket and rugby....
Saru to introduce racial quotas
Saru to introduce racial quotas
Starting next year, teams participating in the Vodacom Cup will have to field seven black players in their 22-man squad, five of whom must be...

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