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Bavuma sheds light on Nkwe conversation, says cricket's off-field problems won't hamper Proteas

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Temba Bavuma. (Seb Daly/Sportsfile via Getty Images)
Temba Bavuma. (Seb Daly/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Proteas captain Temba Bavuma shed some light on his heart-to-heart with former assistant coach and close mentor Enoch Nkwe, who quit the national set-up last month.

Nkwe's resignation plunged cricket further into the mire as Cricket South Africa (CSA) scrambled for days trying to convince the former interim Proteas team director to remain part of head coach Mark Boucher's technical team.

Nkwe, however, wouldn't be persuaded to stay and gave CSA a list of "concerns about the functioning and culture of the team environment" on his way out.

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