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OPINION | Cricket lost its innocence after a fortnight where allegations of naked racism were laid bare

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Cricket lost its innocence in the past two weeks after former cricketers shared stories of alleged naked racism in the game. But the courage of people such as Aaron Phangiso, Paul Adams, Roger Telemachus, Eddie Leie, Loots Bosman et al. will sweep the game clean of racial toxins.

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