With due respect Mr Mbalula, there is no evidence at all to show a resistance to transformation. There is a lack of will within black schools, with black management, black teachers, black coaches and black pupils to foster, encourage and promote sport within their schools. This in turn means there is simply not enough quality black players coming out of school, that can then be taken forward to national level. As sports minister, the responsibility to make that happens lies squarely on your shoulders.
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