South Africa head coach Mark Boucher issued a statement on Monday apologising for “any offensive conduct, real or perceived” brought to light during hearings into racism in South African cricket.
The former long-serving Test wicketkeeper made public a 14-page affidavit he submitted to the Social Justice and Nation Building (SJN) ombudsman, Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza.
Later on Monday, Cricket South Africa announced Boucher’s assistant coach, Enoch Nkwe, had signalled his intention to resign but that talks were being held with him about his future.
It was unclear whether Nkwe’s planned resignation was linked to revelations at the SJN hearings but a morning newspaper claimed sources said Nkwe felt sidelined.
Meanwhile, South Africa…