EDITORIAL: What the ANC can learn from the Springboks
The coaches ditched old ways that did not work and gave responsibilities to capable people
What does it take to assemble a crack team of winners? Springbok coaches Rassie Erasmus and Jacques Nienaber know, but that’s only for rugby. What about the entire country?
For a start, South Africa could do what rugby did when it threw out its ancient conventions, put its faith in people of proven ability and looked beyond the narrow confines of traditions that had been recognised for what they were: bigoted and harmful...
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