CSA urges fans to go `pink` for fourth ODI against Pakistan
Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) has urged spectators to `go pink` for South Africa`s fourth one-day international (ODI) against Pakistan at the Wanderers on Sunday, to show their support for an organisation supporting breast cancer awareness and education campaigns.
CSA, which is working with PinkDrive, a Proudly South African public benefit organisation that powers one of the country`s most successful breast cancer awareness and education campaigns, has challenged fans to wear pink or display anything pink on the day to show their support to the cause.
In the statement, CSA appeals to the spectators to go pink on the day of the fourth ODI, adding that if they do not have any pink outfits, then they can buy pink clothes and `Pimp themselves Pink` from Pink Zones with Shop4Cancer stands at the stadium.
The statement added that the fans can help support the cause for breast cancer awareness by setting a world record if all of them wear pink on that day.
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