Rabada is the worst example you could've chosen, his parents are doctors (or one of them is) and he went to one of the top private schools, good example of the new black middle class rather than the disadvantaged, there was a good article about him on cricinfo.
springbok i'm gonna take a good guess SA is your team, can I ask you a question for my benefit, and maybe some others on this forum thinking about this very subject.
Outside of South Africa, looking at a quota system seems just plain wrong. Any discrimination due to colour is wrong. Kids in shanty town outside of the rich areas have to have investment so they can come thru.
Far as I know Ntini came thru from a poor area(again, best of my knowledge he did from memory)
so what I am asking is, is it essential now the SA board introduce a draconian system based on colour to get black players thru to the National team?
Over the year the demographic of the team will change, England has with more Asian players now-this has to be the case(but naturally coming thru here)
SA cricket seems to have jumped ahead and deceided the system does not work to bring to game to the masses, and is now forcing it thru for right or wrong reason(wrong in my view)