Breyton Paulse kicked off his career with a hat-trick of tries in his first Currie Cup match in 1996, and followed that with another hat-trick in his first appearance for the Springboks against Italy in 1999.
Brian Mitchell is an Internationally acclaimed Sporting Icon been a 14 x Undefeated World Boxing Champion and the only South African Professional Boxer ever inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in New York in 2009.
In addition to having written two books about the Comrades Marathon, Fordyce was also a sports columnist for various newspapers and magazines. He is also a motivational speaker and the Chief Executive Officer of the South African Sports Trust.
Having worked as a sports anchor and commentator with Cape Talk for six years, anchored etv’s Champions League football coverage, and worked as an MC across Southern Africa, Dan has extensive experience behind the microphone.
Although a fearsome presence on the field, Kobus Wiese is a sought-after Master of Ceremony and public speaker who uses his experiences on the field to demonstrate how motivation and team spirit are essential to success of any kind.
MC and Speaker Marius Roberts is a familiar face, not only in South Africa from his days as a M-Net presenter, and roles in shows such as Isidingo, but also abroad having modeled in in Japan, Europe and the USA.
Penny Heyns, the golden girl of South African sports in the 90's, is a household name in South Africa and in fact the world, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest female breaststroke swimmers the world has ever seen.
Freedom Flight is the inspiring story of the world record setting microlight expedition which spanned five continents in under a year. Faced with apparently insurmountable obstacles and fears, the pilot.
Ryan has represented South Africa at under-23 level and has appeared at the UEFA Cup. Ryan’s wonder strike a few months back for Swallows versus Bloemfontein Celtic was voted Goal of the Season in the 2008/09 ABSA Premiership.
He has represented South Africa in 24 Senior Internationals. He began his coaching career at Manning Rangers in 2002, after which he coached the Dynamos, Maritzburg United, the South African U20 and U23 teams and the Free Stars.