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LIVE 24-SEVEN


Springboks; the sport that symbolised more than any other the country’s disgraceful apartheid regime has a new champion, a new role model…and he comes from the very people apartheid suppressed. Nelson Mandela, who famously and symbolically wore the Springbok jersey when handing over the World Cup to South African Captain and winner Francois Piennaar in 1995, will be looking down from wherever heroes go when they slip this mortal coil and will smile the smile of the righteous victor.


In accepting all the accolades that skippers of world champions receive, Siya said something very humbling on that November Saturday in Japan. For some years in the past, rather than plan for glory, he worried where his next meal would come from. That puts so much into context, as we who love rugby worry about the reputational damage Saracens and their appalling cheating may have done to the game, we can rejoice in the story of Siya Kolisi and know that rugby is very much still a force for good in the world.


Next month I shall set out a few thoughts looking forward as we all embark on The Roaring Twenties.


Fill in all the squares in the grid so that every row, every column and each of the nine squares contain all the numbers 1-9!


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Lord Digby Jones of Birmingham KB


Lord Digby Jones is former Director-General of the CBI & UK Trade Minister; a non-aligned, Crossbench Member of the House of Lords & a Businessman (chairing six companies), author & broadcaster. He works closely with Cancer, Military & Educational Charities.


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