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The South African Cricketers' Association has voiced its support for Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi.

2020-07-10 12:56:00 PM

The South African Cricketers' Association has voiced its support for Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi, who has been in the headlines this week after saying that he would be in favour of supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. | Sport24news

The South African Cricketers' Association has voiced its support for Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi.

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'I stand with Lungi': Mzansi backs Lungi Ngidi on Black Lives Matter stanceThis week Ngidi made headlines after pointing out SA's history of racial discrimination and calling for his teammates to take a stand against racism the next time they meet.

Twitter 'stands with Lungi Ngidi' after cricketers bash 'BLM' stanceSouth Africans have come out in support of OfficialCSA men's star NgidiLungi after he was attacked by former players for his stance on the BlackLivesMatter movement. By ZaahierAdams | IOLsport

Cheers and sledges for Lungi Ngidi’s Black Lives Matter commentsThe bowler’s remarks draw criticism and support from past and current Proteas cricketers

Ex-Proteas player Boeta Dippenaar to Lungi Ngidi: 'He doesn’t have the right to make the decision for me'Former Protea players Boeta Dippenaar and Pat Symcox said they stood by what they said in Facebook posts with regards to Lungi Ngidi’s statements on the Black Lives Matter movement.

Ex-Proteas player Boeta Dippenaar to Lungi Ngidi: 'He doesn’t have the right to make the decision for me'Former Protea players Boeta Dippenaar and Pat Symcox said they stood by what they said in Facebook posts with regards to Lungi Ngidi’s statements on the Black Lives Matter movement.

Beautiful to see cricket take up Black Lives Matter fight, says Ngidi.OfficialCSA fast bowler NgidiLungi says he was “emotional” watching the West Indies players raise their fists with black gloves in solidarity with the BlackLivesMatter movement. By ZaahierAdams | IOLsport