- Siya Kolisi will be sharing his inspirational life story with the world as he prepares to release an autobiography
- The rugby hero has become so much more than the Springbok captain, becoming a role model for boys across South Africa
- He and his wife, Rachel, have worked tirelessly to help their fellow South Africans, earning the nations respect
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Siya Kolisi's story is an inspirational tale of a young man from humble beginnings rising above the challenges of life to win success.
He has become a role model for kids of all races across South Africa and has become a national hero when we needed one.
Kolisi has been labelled the 'most influential person in rugby' and will soon share his story with the world according to ZAlebs.
Briefly.co.za learned that he started out as a young boy from Zwide township, near Port Elizabeth, to becoming the first black Springbok captain to win the Webb Ellis Cup at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
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Ever since then Kolisi was worked tirelessly to help his fellow South Africans, his humble and quiet manner has endeared him to the nation.
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Breifly.co.za had earlier reported that Springbok captain Siya Kolisi can't seem to do any wrong at the moment. Kolisi became the darling of Mzansi after guiding South Africa to the Rugby World Cup in 2019.
The accolades haven't stopped for the Bok skipper, as he has now been named as the most influential person in world rugby for 2020.
SA Rugby Mag reported that Kolisi was ranked at number one on the list compiled by Rugby World Magazine.
Other South Africans to make the top 50 list included former Bok coach Rassie Erasmus in 6th, SARU CEO Jurie Roux in 15th and new Bok coach Jacques Nienaber in 43rd spot.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Springbok captain Siya Kolisi is one of the darlings of South Africa and his popularity soared when he led the Boks to their Rugby World Cup triumph.
His wife, Rachel, is a popular public figure in her own right and the pair boast impressive social media followings.
Few would be surprised then that when the Kolisis shared some family snaps via social media, both went viral.
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