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A right arm fast bowler, Henry Olonga was the first black cricketer to play for Zimbabwe and is the third Zambian-born cricketer to play Test cricket.
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Olonga made his international debut in a Test match in 1995 against Pakistan at Harare, at age 18 years, becoming the youngest player to represent Zimbabwe. He led Zimbabwe to its first ever Test victory in that game.
In 2003, Olonga made headlines (along with team mate Andy Flower) for wearing a black armband in a Cricket World Cup match to protest against the policies of the Mugabe-led Zimbabwean government.
Olonga, who now pursues a career as a cricket commentator and singer, has recently released an autobiography, ‘Blood, Sweat and Treason’, in which he explains his gesture of protest and the controversy that followed.
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