Grant Lottering is a South African survivor, speaker and ultra-endurance cyclist. Grant has an inspirational journey that took him from death to the top of the Alps in less than one year. Considered, to be a story of astounding recovery and incredible courage, he now rides annual “Im’possible” Tours, taking his second chance at life to the limit, and beyond, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible if we believe ‘we are possible’.


Tats Nkonzo is a South African stand up comedian, singer, musician and television personality best known as the host of the reality competition SA’s Got Talent. Tats received the The BlackBerry Breakthrough Act Award at the 2nd Annual South African Comics Choice Awards, in 2012. In the same year he took over from Rob van Vuuren and Anele Mdoda as sole host of SA’s Got Talent. In 2014 he was one a team captain of the game show, I Love South Africa. In 2015, he was the co-host of the Mzansi Magic game show, Give Me That Bill Mzansi.


Kyle Gie Brown is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the South African Sevens team. He became a key member of the sevens side when appearing in the majority of tournaments in IRB Sevens World Series, although he did miss most of the 2012–13 IRB Sevens World Series through injury. He returned in time for the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens. He played in seven further legs of the 2013–14 IRB Sevens World Series and then captained the squad that played at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.