New Proteas coach Ottis Gibson has committed to continuing the advancement of Cricket South Africa's (CSA) transformation agenda during his stint with the senior national team. In his first press conference since he was confirmed as the SA head coach a few weeks ago‚ Gibson said he was ‘aware’ of the transformation issues and his selection of players and the technical team will be a continuation of what he has found in place in side. “That process has been happening before I got here‚" he said on Tuesday. "As far as team selection is concerned‚ we will continue on the path that we are on at the moment. "The chairman of selectors and the captain have got a handle on that. "I am very much aware of the transformation issues and certainly when it comes to picking the support staff that will be part of it. "I have been given the backing of CSA to pick what I consider to be the best people to take the team where I want it to be forward.” Gibson’s first assignment is the first Test against...

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