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A good week

If it’s been a good week for Springbok rugby captain Siya Kolisi, SA is hoping the next one will be even better. With the Rugby World Cup final against England in Yokohama on Saturday, a nation is behind him and his team. Kolisi, the boy from a hardscrabble life in PE’s Zwide township, has proved an inspiring selection to a position held previously only by white men. If he’s not always in the game’s spotlight it’s because he’s grafting in the scrums, rucks and mauls. In rugby that’s known as leading from the front...

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