Good Luck Bokkies!

A proud moment it is for South Africans to be celebrating the Rugby national team that will be playing in the World Cup finals against England in 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan this Saturday.

This is not the first time the team has made to final, and in all those times they have brought the cup home and we are positive that history will repeat itself once again.

Good luck messages have been flooding in throughout the week and we as the community of DUT feel the same, here’s what the students had to say to the bokkies.

 Sibulelo Dlaminin. Third year Journalism Student

“Good luck to Siya Kolisi, Rassie & the team. Let’s bring it home, with all thats happening in our country, you guys continues to make me proud to be a South African.”

 Nomvelo Mkhwanazi. Third year Public Relations student.

“I personally, I’m proud of Siya Kolisi and the team as a whole. For the fact that Siya is the first black captain to bring the national team to the finals means alot to me. Even though I’m not that much of a rugby fan, but the mere fact that it’s our national team, I’m very proud. I just hope the boys will make us proud okudlula lokhu and bring it home.”

 Carisa Marnce. Third year journalism student.

” I’m really happy that South Africa made it to the final, I think with all of the negative things going on in our country we need this. I wish the boys the best of luck, win or lose we are so proud of them.”

 Tendai Chiwandamira. Masters student in Graphic Design.

“The team really out did themselves hence they are this far. We are very proud of them and finally South Africa can be in the good books for something. Win or lose, we know they are the best and we are proud. Go Bokke!”

 Sinoxolo Mkhwanazi. Third year journalism student.

“The 2019 Boks team are a gift from a higher being, they are currently, the most colourful national team and that makes me proud. It shows that when everyone is included and has a seat at the table, we do better; we are one.

Boys, South Africa is behind you! It’s been nine years since we won our first cup and there are 24 members on the current team, I smell victory! Go Bokke, Go!”

It is also good news that South Africans will be able to watch the match live since the SABC and Supersports have finally reached an agreement for the SABC to broadcast the Rugby World Cup final match.

The match will be aired on SABC 2 at 11h00. Get on those green T-shirts on and support the Boks.

Nonhlanhla Hlatshwayo

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