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FAREWELL, JOOST! Leadership pays tribute to the life of a Rugby World Cup-winner, Joost van der Westhuizen
A grey cloud descended on the rugby community as the news started to spread of Joost van der Westhuizen’s passing. Given the disease he was battling, it was not completely
07 Mar 2017 - R. S.
Sweeping the Shed How arrogance has become a national sport
It would be great if all South Africans can start the year learning the following Zulu saying by heart and repeating it every day: Khumbula uma ukhomba umunye muntu, kukhona
09 Feb 2016
MAKING A DIFFERENCE South Africa’s 1995 Rugby World Cup winning captain, Francois Pienaar, writes exclusively for Leadership magazine
Twelve years ago the Make A Difference Leadership Foundation (MAD) was founded while I was having lunch with a group of friends. Our family had just returned from the UK and at
15 Sep 2015 - F. P.
Captain the brave Our exclusive interview with Springbok rugby captain, Jean de Villiers
When you think of Springbok rugby captain, Jean de Villiers, your thoughts immediately turn to his numerous disappointments and heartbreaks over the course of an otherwise
02 Sep 2015 - R. S.
PRESS RELEASE Why Analytics is key for your Omni-Channel Success
“Did you know, the 2015 Rugby Tournament is scheduled to be 8th Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial Rugby union world championship?” This was the opening sentence that
02 Jun 2015
A YEAR OF SPORT Win the beloved country
It’s been tough, it’s been lean and it’s been slippery. Riots in Parliament (what next?), economic woes, power cuts, Oscar Pistorius and Shrien Dewani—2014
02 Dec 2014 - R. S.
SPRINGBOKS Springboks off to winning start against World XV
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer declared himself pleased with his team's performance after they defeated a strong World XV 47-13 at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday. The match
09 Jun 2014 - S. r.
Why sport coaches become worn-out Coaches carry heavy loads
In the era of professional sport, coaches are regularly replaced. But coaches have always had to carry heavy and important loads, going back to the 15th century.
19 Jul 2013
Be fair to Meyer South Africa failed to defeat Argentina in Mendoza
South Africa failed to defeat Argentina in Mendoza, but to publicly tear into Heyneke Meyer as if he is the worst thing since Osama bin Laden, is truly unwarranted and uncalled for.
05 Sep 2012 - F. H.
Boks have a good start South Africa can be rather pleased
Their victory in the opening match of their Castle Rugby Championship campaign on Saturday was good but the hosts should not be ecstatic.
21 Aug 2012 - F. H.




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