Cape Town - Proteas squad member Khaya Zondo finds himself at the heart of cricket's latest transformation quandary.
The middle order batsman was a part of the T20 and ODI squads in India last month, although he returned to South African having not featured in either of the two T20Is (the third was washed out) or five ODIs.
And now, there are reports of a letter sent to Cricket South Africa (CSA) highlighting the concerns of black players not getting an opportunity on Proteas tours.
Zondo says he has seen reports of the letter, but he does not want to talk about it.
The 25-year-old was expected by many to make his Proteas debut after JP Duminy was ruled out of the final two ODIs in India, but it was not to be.
First, all-rounder Chris Morris was selected as Duminy's replacement and then in the final match Dean Elgar - not part of the original ODI squad - was rushed in ahead of Zondo.
According to Wednesday's edition of Die Burger, the letter raised concerns from black players who felt that they were not being treated fairly on Proteas tours, with the hashtag '#DrinksCarriersMustFall' featuring at the end of it.
When contacted by Sport24 on Wednesday, Zondo was not prepared to publicly discuss the letter or its contents.
Back with the Dolphins and in the middle of their T20 campaign, Zondo spoke fondly of his time in India and said he wanted to work hard to stay in the mix for a Proteas call-up in the future.
"It was good. It was nice to be around the guys and learn things from them," said Zondo.
"Now it's just about going back to working hard."