Apartheid. South Africa. Cricket World Cup.
Somehow, those three terms seem to be linked uncomfortably together - so the Simblified gang (or, 2/3rds of it anyway) have a look at how South African cricket got themselves in a spot of trouble in the first place. It's a fascinating story of a cricketer called Basil D'Oliviera, racist politicians, some bribery and a lot of circumstances falling in place. The end result: SA didn't play cricket for decades, till their politicians finally came to their senses. Enjoy this shortie, which is more a story than anything else!
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It's an Indian podcast - probably the best to come from Malad West - that takes things that happen around us, and deconstructs them in a language you can understand, often surmounting several puns and PG Wodehouse references along the way. We aim to make you appear smarter during parties, job interviews, and dates.
Your hosts (and Twitter / Instagram handles) are Chuck (@chuck_gopal / @chuckofalltrades), Srikeit (@srikeit, @srikeit) and Naren (@shenoyn, @shenoynv).
You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/