Makhaya Ntini was the third South African cricketer to take 300 Test cricket wickets, after Shaun Pollock and Allan Donald, and to reach second place in the ICC test match bowling ratings.

Makhaya has had his name edged in England cricket history  on the Lord’s honours boards he took 10 for 220 (5 for 75 and 5 for 145) in 2003.

Makhaya Ntini was the first ethnically black player to play for the South African national cricket team.


Angel Campey is a multi-award winning stand up comedian who is a regular on stages around South Africa from festivals to arenas.

She has also performed in NYC; Montreal, Canada and Lagos, Nigeria. Her one woman show Devil’s Advocate sold out at the National Arts Fest, for two consecutive years and she was named Best Female Comedian in 2019 by the CTEX awards.

She won a SAFTA for her TV Comedy Writing work on ZAnews Puppet Nation, and was named one of the Mail and Guardian’s Top 200 Young South Africans in 2018.

She is also the Drive-Time Host on Smile90.4fm, Cape Town’s fastest growing radio station


Phumelela Mbande (age 26) GK and Vice Captain of the SA women’s hockey team (35 caps)

3rd year CA Articles clerk at PwC Gauteng.

Currently play for Tuks Hockey club.

Phumelela has been in the senior national squad since 2013, and has played in 2 Africa Cups, a Commonwealth Games and a World Cup.

Her career highlight was being awarded player of the match at the world cup against world no. 3 Argentina.

Phumelela’s short term goal is to qualify and participate at the Tokyo 2020 Games, her long term ambition is obtaining a medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games