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Too much white in Saru’s colour mix

The problem is that too little is being done at the under-18 level to tap into the black resource pool

‘We support transformation, just not in national teams’ – Solidarity

Even though the department isn't implementing a national team quota system, the trade union is going ahead with its court challenge

​Old-style Boks not up to the game

If anything, a regression to an almost all-white team and yesterday’s tactics is behind their failure.

Resorting to quotas is a result of the expensive failure to produce black cricketers

'At least Cricket South Africa can’t be accused of resisting change. Not any more, anyway.'

A bleak view of the green and gold from the banks of the Orange

The outlook for the Springboks is depressing unless they start thinking differently about the game, writes Luke Alfred.

The dollar now rules Bok selection

Like football, international rugby can no longer match the fees clubs are paying.

Grow black Protea cricketers at school level

It's a fallacy that players of colour can only be nurtured at elite academies. Some of our most gifted cricketers have emerged from state schools.

Little bite behind Mbalula’s bark

The minister huffed and puffed and Rassie Erasmus’s departure is a blow, but the Super Rugby show goes on.

Transformation: Sports farce in land of pantomime

Transformation isn’t just a sporting issue; it’s a social, cultural and historical one – something the minister has failed to grasp.

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