Michael burns makes use of a rich family archive and his own memories of the man to relate the unjustly forgotten story of russell endean a cultured and highly talented south african sportsman who played his cricket during the pitiless apartheid era. South africa remained a member of the international rugby board irb throughout the apartheid era halt all racist tours was established in new zealand in 1969 to oppose continued tours to and from south africa apartheid south africas last foreign tour was to new zealand in 1981 this tour was highly controversial due to the difference of . A technically sound and mentally tough middle order batsman russell endean was fondly called endless endean for the steely resolve that made him the sheet anchor of many a south african innings quiet undemonstrative and soft spoken endean was universally popular within and outside the game married to an english wife he settled in surrey and played his last first class match for mcc in . What makes south africas apartheid era unique is the systematic way in which the national party formalized it through the law over the decades many laws were enacted to define the races and restrict the daily lives and rights of non white south africans
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