Dolly's name lives on in cricket series: iLIVE
It is an honour to have the current test series between South Africa and England named after famous cricketer Basil D'Oliveira.
D'Oliveira was born in South Africa, but was forced to ply his trade in England. The charismatic batsman made history when the then prime minister John Vorster banned a scheduled English tour that included him - a coloured player.
He was dishonoured by the National Party government.
Now his name is etched on a trophy that will decide which test cricket's supreme team will be, courtesy of a country that ensured that South Africa was excluded from tests on racial grounds as a result of that now infamous snub.