AB de Villiers, Graeme Smith accused of prejudicial conduct

Cricket South Africa (CSA) as well as some former stars such as Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers have been accused of engaging in racially “prejudicial conduct” against players by the Social Justice and Nation-Building (SJN) commission.
AB de Villiers (l) and Graeme Smith of South Africa (Image credit: Twitter)
AB de Villiers (l) and Graeme Smith of South Africa (Image credit: Twitter)

Johannesburg

According to ‘ESPNcricinfo’, a 235-page final report submitted by SJN commission head Dumisa Ntsebeza has accused CSA administration, former captain and current director Smith, current head coach Mark Boucher and former batter de Villiers of unfairly discriminating against black players.
However, de Villiers, a much-admired figure who recently retired, denied the charge.
The report has recommended the appointment of a permanent ombudsman to deal with race and gender-based complaints in South Africa cricket.

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