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CSA chairman says decision to withdraw Bouchers’ charges should not reduce SJN’s work – SABC News

Lawson Naidoo, Chairman of the Board of Cricket South Africa (CSA), says that the latest failure of the CSA, the need to withdraw disciplinary charges against Proteas head coach Mark Boucher, should not reduce the work on social justice and nation-building (SJN) hearings.

Naidoo believes that SJN’s interrogations were important for cricket to move forward and that the players do not suffer from racism, which he believes is mostly in the past.

He says: “Many of the experiences we heard from SJN were from a period ago and considerable progress has been made since then, which does not mean that there is not much more to do.

The South African Cricket Board has taken part in the SJN process report to try to integrate into the strategic plans we have for cricket, these issues and these lessons so that we do not make these mistakes again. As many of the players who came forward to give evidence said that they did not do this for their own sake but to prevent future generations of cricketers from having to endure what they did.

VIDEO: Naidoo on CSA’s decision to drop charges against Mark Boucher:

CSA chairman says decision to withdraw Bouchers’ charges should not reduce SJN’s work – SABC News

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