Held at gunpoint: the struggles of making a difference in S. Africa | Babalwa Latsha: The Open Side

World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Held at gunpoint: the struggles of making a difference in S. Africa | Babalwa Latsha: The Open Side” – below is their description.

The Open Side continues this week with another inspirational story, and one that continues every day! Babalwa Latsha was the first African Women’s player to go professional, now she talks to us about the struggles of making a difference in South Africa, and the experiences she has had to face on regular occurrences – including being held at gunpoint at her family home.

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