4 Nov 2019

What the Springboks' Rugby World Cup win means after apartheid

From Morning Report, 8:16 am on 4 November 2019

When South Africa won its first Rugby World Cup, the country has only just ended the apartheid system.

When the Springboks, cheered on by Nelson Mandela, won their second title in 2007, a teenage Siya Kolisi did not even have a television set.

Trevor Richards, a founding member of the protest group Halt All Racist Tours (HART) which formed in 1969 to oppose sporting contact with apartheid South Africa, speaks to Corin Dann.