Dan Qeqe Stadium is too important to go to rack and ruin

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Born out of one man’s determination during the apartheid era to provide black players with a home to play their sports, the iconic Dan Qeqe Stadium in Port Elizabeth has an important place in SA history.

It is also the place where much-loved first black Springbok rugby captain Siya Kolisi initially honed his skills as a young boy...

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