Many celebrities have faced racism charges in South Africa especially in sport where people are supposed to unite and love one another. We all thought that sport is one thing that has the power to unite the nation but now things have changed from better to worse.
This is not a good advertisement for sport especially for the growing cricket in South Africa as black people start to recognize and love it. There are sports that particularly black people could not participate in , in the past couple of years but now things have really changed.
Here views from South African Cricket lovers on Twitter over the alleged offense.
As it was reported in news24 the Proteas head coach was charged by Cricket South Africa for gross misconduct. This has fuelled some speculations that mark Boucher is going to be replaced as soon as possible.
According to ESPN Cricinfo this charges are because of handling of BLM Campaign, the management of former assistance coach Nkwe and the treatment of then teammate Adam's.
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