Zuma conveys condolences on Rice's death

2015-07-29 14:06
Jacob Zuma (Gallo)

Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma has expressed his condolences on the passing of former South African cricket captain Clive Rice who passed away on Tuesday morning. 

"The whole nation mourns this prolific and an all-rounder of our cricket, whose talent has put South Africa on the world stage. It is indeed a sad loss to the nation and the international cricket community at large. We wish to convey, on behalf of government and the entire nation, our deepest condolences to his family, friends and cricketers locally and across the globe. May his soul rest in peace," said President Zuma.

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