South Africa plans to introduce racial quotas in sports

The South African government plans to introduce racial quotas in its national sporting teams.

    The South African government plans to introduce racial quotas in its national sporting teams.

    In rugby, officials want half of the number of players to be black in two years' time.

    But the move is being opposed by a white-minority interest group.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Pretoria.


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