South Africa have been given sufficient reassurances about security to be "comfortable" to remain in England following the terrorist attack in Manchester, according to team manager Mohammed Moosajee.
"The players are uneasy," Moosajee said. "There was a lot of chatter at the breakfast table and I'm happy to say we've had constant communication from the ECB and the security manager. There have been some reassurances and guarantees put in place that the security arrangements will be supplemented, starting today. We've been told there will be more visible policing at the stadiums, at practice sessions as well as the hotels that we will reside at."
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