OPINION | Black Lives Matter debate will be for naught if players shy away from transformation hearings

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Proteas player Lungi Ngidi was criticised by some former players for taking the knee. Picture: Gallo images
Proteas player Lungi Ngidi was criticised by some former players for taking the knee. Picture: Gallo images

Reconciliation commissions are ugly, snorty and uncomfortable affairs.

They are like forced family therapy, where your naked truth is laid bare in front of people ill-equipped to digest it emotionally.

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