Jonty rhodes says Racial inequality is part of cricket South Africa

Jonty rhodes says Racial inequality is part of cricket South Africa

Jonty rhodes says Racial inequality is part of cricket South Africa. The South Africa Cricket Board has been in controversy for the past few days. The country’s cricket has to bear the brunt of the rift between the board officials. People all over the world are troubled by the color difference. But these days, due to some incidents in South Africa cricket, its case has come up again.

Jonty rhodes says Racial inequality is part of cricket South Africa

Jonty Rhodes believes that the long-standing administrative crisis in South African cricket is responsible for the fluctuating performance of the national team. And that racial inequality is still part of the country’s system. Cricket South Africa (CSA) is facing allegations of racial discrimination from its players with financial troubles.

Chairman Chris Nanjani resigned from the post last month. He held this post for seven years. During which many allegations of corruption continued. At such a time, there is a silver lining in the form of South Africa’s most successful captain Graeme Smith. Who is currently the Director of Cricket of CSA.

Jonty rhodes says Racial inequality is part of cricket South Africa

Referring to the 2014 campaign, Rhodes said, “Smith has been heavily criticized for some time. But he was the captain of the team who organized the first team culture camp and he came up with the idea of ​​Protea Fire.

The campaign focused on becoming the country’s envoy in addition to humility, flexibility, adaptability, unity and respect. 30 former South African players have made accusations of racial discrimination, including Ashwell Prince and Makhaya Ntini. Followed by a 32-day national team culture camp last month. The sad thing for me is that the top 30 players want to work together for the game. But there is so much chaos in the administrative system that it impacts the field,” said Rhodes. So this is biggest hurdle going there.