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RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AFP) - Zimbabwe cricket chief Peter Chingoka said he hopes cricket will move forward in his country after a turmoil which led to the suspension of their Test status and a probe into allegations of racism.
"The most important thing for Zimbabwe cricket is for us to move forward, we have been at the wrong side of the rope since April this year as we were involved in matters that have taken prominence," Chingoka, chairman of the Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU), told AFP on Sunday.
"But finally I am glad that the inquiry on racism has been completed and the report has been presented to the International Cricket Council," he said.
The report will be discussed at an ICC executive board meeting in Lahore, Pakistan on October 16 and 17.