Quinton Fortune is a South African former footballer who was able to play both as a midfielder and as a defender. He moved to Europe to play for English club Tottenham Hotspur, but moved to Spain with Mallorca in 1995. He joined Atlético Madrid a year later. He moved back to England with Manchester United in 1999.


Kunene, a 23-year-old education honours student from Mpumalanga, said she was determined to make a difference during her reign. She said, “As a little girl growing up in the township – modelling around the house and practicing my speech in front of the mirror – I had always hoped, prayed and believed that one day my name would be called as the new Miss South Africa.”


De Villiers began his career in circuit racing, winning the domestic South African touring car championship four times in succession from 1997 to 2000 with a dealer-backed Nissan Primera. Switching to off-road racing thereafter, de Villiers made his Dakar Rally debut in 2003 driving for the works Nissan team. In 2014, de Villiers and Zitzewitz were the best non-Mini crew, winning the final stage of the rally to cement fourth place overall – de Villiers’ eighth top five finish in 11 Dakar starts