The Company We Keep profiles some of the most interesting people in our networks. Here we share the details of the lives of people we know, showcasing the extraordinary diversity of our society and proving that people truly are at the heart of everything we do. This is special blog to recognise the leadership of the Springbok captain and to show how sport has the ability to unite a nation.

South Africa is on a high after winning the Rugby World Cup at the weekend. Sport has a phenomenal power to unite a nation. On Saturday we saw a country united behind a team who triumphed against the odds. You just have to run through the various social media posts over the weekend to see just what this meant to South Africans.

In one of his post-match interviews, Siya shared inspiring words and reminded us all of the power of people. When we unite as South African’s were have an energy that is extremely unique and powerful, working together we can build a better future.

Siya, thank you for your leadership and for inspiring South Africa to stand up. We all have a role to play in our future.

If you are keen to welcome the Springboks home, here are the details for their Rugby World Cup Champions Tour which begins in Gauteng on Thursday 7 November.

The planned Rugby World Cup Champions Tour stops are as follow:

  • Thursday, 7 November: Pretoria, Johannesburg and Soweto
  • Friday, 8 November: Durban
  • Saturday, 9 November: East London
  • Sunday, 10 November: Port Elizabeth
  • Monday, 11 November: Cape Town

The tour concludes in Cape Town on Monday, 11 November. Full details will be confirmed closer to the time.

Speaking of uniting and supporting a nation, check out the Back the Flag campaign that EasyEquities are running. An investment bundle to support the Giant Flag initiative.

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Springboks Rugby World Cup 2019