The former ICC match referee Mike Procter feels that racisim is still alive in South Africa.
He said, "What's the definition of racism? It is certainly not about whites against blacks. Prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior is racism."
As an example, he touches upon the subject of quota in the South African team, which is a directive to be followed. Apartheid, he likes to believe, was merely an offshoot of racism, of course not forgetting the ugly and immoral doctrine that offshoot turned into.
Procter said, "There have to be six non-white cricketers, regardless of who should fit in by way of performance."
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