Dylan Smith is an Old Boy of King Edward VII School, where he played alongside Malcolm Marx. He represented the SA Schools side in 2012 and his regular position is loosehead prop, but he has shown his versatility and adeptness by also buckling down on the other side of the scrum at tighthead.

After playing junior rugby for the Golden Lions Rugby Union, he made his senior debut for the union in 2014, representing the side across a number of competitions until 2020. This included more than 50 appearances for the Emirates Lions in the Vodacom Super Rugby competition.

During the 2020/21 season the burly front-rower made a move to Stade Francais before moving to Ealing Trailfinders in England, where he played alongside former Lions teammate, Bobby de Wee.

Smith signed for the Vodacom Bulls in April this year, joining the side towards the end of the inaugural Vodacom United Rugby Championship campaign where they finished as runners up to the DHL Stormers.

Vodacom Bulls director of rugby, Jake White, describes Smith as “one of the most talented and versatile props in South Africa”.


Rising star Molemo Lehoko is fondly known by his social media followers as the funny, no-holds barred comedian and LEMII LOCO – a name he got from his childhood friends.

Before becoming a  social media content creator, LEMII worked for an insurance company but gave all that up to pursue a career as a DJ. He started creating funny videos during his spare time and the response was enormous. Lemii fell in love with making people laugh through his content and so began his amazing journey into the content creation world.

Before he knew it Netflix and many other brands came knocking and he’s gone from doing Vines and TikTok videos to working on a Netflix campaign – Netflix e batla.

Lemii Loco recently won Content Creator of the Year at the DStv Content Creator Awards placing him firmly in the Big League.


Tegan Phillips is an adventure cyclist currently training for the Cairo to Cape Town record. She is no stranger to ultra-distance and took 2nd place at the Sedgefield 500.

She is well known for her entertaining and provocative comics centring around cycling, however, she is also an advocate for women in cycling and an experienced multi-discipline rider. This year she is hoping to set the record for the women’s Cairo to Cape Town alongside some initiatives with her team Wintergreen Barrier Breakers, to champion women’s cycling in South Africa and further afield.



COMEDY Linde Sibanda


Dylan Smith balancing loads of rugby

Kelly Slater fighting leopards

LEMII LOCO winning the content award

Tegan Phillips explaining the trip and route

Dylan Smith the call from Jake

Kelly Slater the Dunhill


Tegan Phillips charity angle

Dylan Smith Springbok dream

Kelly Slater winning again

LEMII LOCO parents’ support

Tegan Phillips nerves and excitement