'We were in driving seat': Black cricket administrators need to look in mirror, says Cassim Docrat

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Cassim Docrat. (Duif du Toit/Gallo Images)
Cassim Docrat. (Duif du Toit/Gallo Images)

Black cricket administrators who've held the most powerful positions in the sport need to hold a mirror up and ask themselves if they did enough to help integrate cricket.

That's Cassim Docrat's view on the revelations unearthed at the Social Justice and Nation Building hearings that resume with rebuttals next month.

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