Cricket South Africa CSA to organize culture camp due to racist incidents

Cricket South Africa CSA to organize culture camp due to racist incidents

Cricket South Africa (CSA) is going to organize a ‘culture camp’ this time due to racist incidents. CSA is organizing this ‘culture camp’ with 32 players.

The CSA has decided to organize this culture camp as a continuation of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement that started in the United States. The CSA decided to hold another culture camp after 2010 to stop racist behaviour. The camp will begin next week at Kruger National Park. In addition to team performances, there will be workshops on the playing environment and fraternal behaviour with each other.

Former captain Faf du Plessis will not be able to attend the camp. Because he is going to be a father for the second time. And batsman Tunis du Bruin has withdrawn from the camp for personal reasons.

Culture Camp 32 Cricketers:

Aiden Markam, Andil Feluquao, Enrich Norty, Byron Hendrix, Byron Fortune, Darren Dupavilon, David Miller, Dean Elgar, Dwayne Pretorius, George Linde, Malton Klutman, Glenn Sturman, Henry, Dala, Kagiso Rabada, Kegan Petersen, Keshab Maharaj, Kyle Verion, Lungi Ngidi, Lutho Sipamla, Peter Malan, Pete von Billion, Quinton de Kock, Rasi von der Dussen, Reza Hendrix, Rudy Second, Senuranjus Mutras And Jubayer Hamza.