Eben Etzebeth accused of physical and racial abuse in South Africa
SA Rugby's statement comes a day after the Southern African Human Rights Commission declared it would require Etzebeth to an equality court on Friday. Etzebeth has denied racial abuse or any assault.
SA Rugby haven't supported if Etzebeth would play in a critical World Cup game on Friday, the same day that the Human Rights Commission says it will begin court proceeding against him.
The signs are that Etzebeth will play and stay at the championship in Japan.
The case relates to a night outside at the town of Langebaan in August when Etzebeth was in a pub with family members and friends.
He has been accused of attacking and abusing a individual, who then complained to the Human Rights Commission.
SA Rugby says it's been in communication with the Human Rights Commission and has"instituted an internal procedure to tackle the matter, the details of which stay an employment matter between SA Rugby and the participant."
Equality courts generally operate like civil partners in South Africa. No charges have been filed against Etzebeth.
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