[WATCH] Springboks on a distinctly Capetonian Rugby World Cup trophy tour
Masses of Capetonians – rich, poor and everything in between – are gathering to catch a glimpse of The Best Rugby Team in the World.
Kwaai, Bokke! Mapimpi, jou lekker ding! – the crowds are bringing a Cape Town flavour to the last leg of the Springboks’ Rugby World Cup trophy tour.
Watch it all live in the video below.
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