Rugby history laid bare

Black players don't have to prove themselves to anyone. Our players ooze natural talent and don't deserve labels. Since the halcyon days of the mercurial Kwaru flyhalf Peter Mkata, inimitable scrumhalf Cassiem Jabaar and many others, black communities had a rich, vibrant sporting culture.

Black players don't have to prove themselves to anyone. Our players ooze natural talent and don't deserve labels. Since the halcyon days of the mercurial Kwaru flyhalf Peter Mkata, inimitable scrumhalf Cassiem Jabaar and many others, black communities had a rich, vibrant sporting culture.

Malvory Adams, Sowetan's production editor, reflects on an era deliberately ignored by the white sporting establishment, in a three-part series.

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