Quinton de Kock delivered what felt like a sincere apology for his stance on taking a knee. Now we’ve got to move past taking a knee, and South Africa must lead, writes RYAN VREDE.
Quinton de Kock has two options: leave the T20 World Cup voluntarily or be forced to betray his deeply-held convictions to play the game he loves, writes RYAN VREDE.
Mohammed Moosajee has criticised the current Proteas for not having a united stance on Black Lives Matter and raised concerns about the quota system.
The Proteas have completely botched their efforts to make a strong social justice stance writes SA Cricket Magazine editor Ryan Vrede.
The Proteas will not kneel but will raise a fist in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement.
The Proteas’ stance on kneeling is confusing at best, frightening at worst, and showcases the complexity of teams taking an agreed position on issues that polarise individuals within those teams, writes RYAN VREDE.
Kneeling in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement has gone out of fashion in cricket and it’s a shame, writes RYAN VREDE, hoping the Proteas don’t disregard its symbolic importance when they resume playing.
Ashwell Prince has used the weight of his personal experience to shed light on issues of racial inequality in South African cricket.