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Lloyd Burnard | Boucher or no Boucher, pointing fingers at Paul Adams is not acceptable

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Lloyd Burnard
Lloyd Burnard

Whatever your views may be on Cricket South Africa's (CSA) decision to charge Proteas head coach Mark Boucher with gross misconduct following allegations of racism, Paul Adams cannot be made your villain, and his testimony needed to be heard. 

On Thursday it was confirmed that Boucher, head coach of the national side since late 2019, would face an independent inquiry that could cost him his job.

This is the next step in a process that started when Adams testified at the Social Justice and Nation-Building (SJN) hearings in July last year, opening up on the racial discrimination he had experienced during his Proteas playing days.  

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