Young cricketers’ dreams die after teacher’s project collapses

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Over almost two decades, disadvantaged children in Mpumalanga’s Bushbuckridge area were excitedly playing cricket thanks to the efforts of one school teacher. Picture: iStock/ S_White
Over almost two decades, disadvantaged children in Mpumalanga’s Bushbuckridge area were excitedly playing cricket thanks to the efforts of one school teacher. Picture: iStock/ S_White

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Over almost two decades, disadvantaged children in Mpumalanga’s Bushbuckridge area were excitedly playing cricket thanks to the efforts of one school teacher.

But, two years ago, the project came to a grinding halt.

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