|Between black and white: A case study of the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union||
223 different in KwaZulu-Natal, for example, with its large Indian population, than at the Pretoria-based Titans franchise, where whites are dominant, or in the Eastern Cape which has substantial African involvement in cricket.
|Managing South African transformation: the story of cricket in KwaZulu-Natal, 1994–2004||
Sport has historically been an important element of South African popular culture, even though it was divided along racial lines for much of the country's history. In post-apartheid South Africa, sport is seen by politicians, sports officials and many ordinary people as a …
|Deconstructing ‘Indianness’: Cricket and the Articulation of Indian Identities in Durban, 1900–32||
Indian immigrants arrived in South Africa in two waves; approximately 150,000 indentured laborers imported between 1860 and 1911 were followed by traders from the west coast of India.
|Taking up the white man's game : the rise and decline of African cricket in Durban, 1930-1960||
Om die wit spel op te neem: die opkoms en agteruitgang van Swart krieket in Durban, 1930- 1960 Met die 2003-kriekettoetsreeks tussen Engeland en Suid-Afrika was Engelse kommentators Jonathan Agnew en Henry Blofeld opreg verbaas toe kopieë van André Odendaal se The Story of an African Game (2003)
|`WHAT DO THEY KNOW OF CRICKET WHO ONLY CRICKET KNOW?': Transformation in South African Cricket, 1990-2000||
This article charts developments in cricket during the past decade to explore issues related to social transformation and redress in post-apartheid South Africa.
|Newspaper report of cricket match, Balliol College v Balliol Club|
|Letter from David Philip to Alan Paton|
|Cricket at the Training School, possibly in Lesotho||
Handwritten label on page: "Cricket at the Training School"
Ramseyer/ Kruger family papers (KCM 96/2) ;
File 28 ;
|Yardley Must Go|
|Yardley Must Go|
|Hoffie at last cricket match|
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