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The Bulls and Springbok prop on taking up the game late, going to primary school under a tree, the focus of his foundation, how he knows what it's like to go hungry, the features of the Xhosa culture, his love for cars and self-help books, and how he's in the process of building a property business on the side.
The South African swimming star on what her training schedule looks like, her studies, the pasta dish she loves to cook for those close to her, her Bengal cat, how she was starstruck in the presence of Siya Kolisi, her faith, and how she has her eye on Olympic gold in the breaststroke at next year’s Olympics.
The Olympic 400 metre champion and world record holder on how he fancies himself as an interior decorator/DIY specialist, how he doesn’t blame cousin Cheslin Kolbe for his knee injury, his love for Liverpool FC, and how he plans to break his world record some time in the next year.
So, what do you do if you’re a sports broadcaster trying to conduct an interview with Bryan Habana, from the comfort and – relative – safety of your own car, because according to the tech guys, it’s where you’ll get the best audio, besides, obviously, in a studio, and you’re interrupted by your five-year-old, who has a rather pressing need?
It’s clear that the national netball captain is obsessed with her sport, but she has an interesting background, coming from a family of eight children in rural KwaZulu-Natal and making her way to the top of her sport – a sport that in South Africa has undergone a fair amount of change.
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