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May 8, 1990 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
South Africa is accustomed to inconvenience. Decades of isolation in sports and business have made resourcefulness a necessity. In sports, the boycotts and bans have also engendered a sophisticated level of cheating among some sportsmen, those who have learned to use subterfuge to get what the world would deny them. They use bribery and corruption. They buy passports, change names and blur identities. It is no great surprise that money greases the wheels of this international intrigue.
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May 8, 1990 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
South Africa is accustomed to inconvenience. Decades of isolation in sports and business have made resourcefulness a necessity. In sports, the boycotts and bans have also engendered a sophisticated level of cheating among some sportsmen, those who have learned to use subterfuge to get what the world would deny them. They use bribery and corruption. They buy passports, change names and blur identities. It is no great surprise that money greases the wheels of this international intrigue.
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