Book challenges idea that today’s top black rugby players have no antecedents in game

‘Line Breakers — The rugby-playing sons of Makana and Stuurman’ pay tribute to nonracial game of 70s and 80s

I carry vivid memories of my last years of high school following the fortunes of the Kwazakhele Rugby Union (Kwaru), attending their derby matches against Eastern Province, and teams from further afield, at Dan Qeqe and Adcock Stadiums in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha)...

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