- Siya Kolisi penned a heart-warming tribute to a man who he identified as Vincent
- Kolisi revealed the kind man funded hundreds of SA kids' dreams through bursaries
- The Springbok captain was one of the kids who benefited from Vincent's generosity
Siya Kolisi took to Twitter on Sunday to pay tribute to a man who changed his life. The man, Vincent, "invested" in hundreds of SA kids' lives with bursaries.
The Springbok captain revealed he was one of the kids who was able to chase his dreams thanks to Vincent.
Kolisi wrote in the post:
"Without the opportunity, there is no way I'd be where I am today. He sowed into my life without ever knowing what would come from it, and I couldn't be more grateful.
"I'm so honoured to have spent some time with him and his family. I'm so excited for the work we're about to do in South Africa together."
South Africans were inspired by the beautiful story and they thanked Vincent for all he had done for Kolisi.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Kolisi and his wifey's time New York City. The duo bagged court-side tickets to watch a basketball game.
Kolisi shared pictures of himself meeting the stars at the Barclays Center on his Instagram account.
The Springboks flanker received a jersey from Brooklyn Nets General Manager Sean Marks and exchanged jerseys with Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie ahead of their NBA game with the Knicks.
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