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Law and Zondo: How chief justice's son wasn't pressured away from cricket ambitions

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Khaya Zondo. (Photo by Darren Stewart/Gallo Images)
Khaya Zondo. (Photo by Darren Stewart/Gallo Images)

Khaya Zondo didn't have to do much to convince his parents that he'd crack it as a professional cricketer.

If his talent didn't do the talking for him, he could count on his mother, Sithembile Zondo, a former teacher, who coached Bakers Mini Cricket, to persuade his father, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, to allow him to pursue his passion.

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