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An editorial in the Namibian criticises the new quota system adopted by the country's cricket bosses and says that if it has to be in place it should have a fixed duration.
We want to suggest, for cricket, as for the rest of the country: if the instant gratification of a quota system is needed, determine its duration right from the start. Leaving it open-ended only harms the sport, or other facets of society, when colour, a person's elite status, or some unclear criteria is used in the selection process.
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