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ANALYSIS | Could cricket's difficult race dynamics affect Enoch Nkwe's replacement selection?

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Enoch Nkwe (Gallo)
Enoch Nkwe (Gallo)

Another black African coach, Enoch Nkwe, walks the plank, metres away from the holy grail. It's an indictment on cricket and how it treats its intellectual capital, writes Sibusiso Mjikeliso.

The picture surrounding Cricket South Africa (CSA), the Proteas, and black African coaches isn't pretty.

The national men's team has lost one of the country's revered coaches and progressive thinkers, Enoch Nkwe, who resigned as Proteas assistant coach.

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