Violent reaction: Cheetahs dropped the ball very badly
Surely they should have shown consideration to fellow South Africans who have been victims of violence
Two things stood out during Saturday’s Currie Cup final between the Golden Lions and the Free State Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.
The first was the vigour with which the Afrikaans and English verses of the national anthem were sung as compared with the isiXhosa and SeSotho verses. This isn’t new.
The second – but highly problematic – issue was the moment of silence that was rightly dedicated to the late, great Chester Williams. In other weeks, it would have been acceptable...