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Thulani Ngwenya: Stirring a revolution in sports medicine

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Thulani Ngwenya (in black suit) stopped play during an Afcon game between Senegal and Cape Verde to attend to Sadio Mané’s head injury. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix
Thulani Ngwenya (in black suit) stopped play during an Afcon game between Senegal and Cape Verde to attend to Sadio Mané’s head injury. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

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Three years ago, when City Press assigned me to cover Bafana Bafana at the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Egypt, something caught my eye in the team’s set-up; something that had nothing to do with the team’s play.

Bafana were scraping through the tournament until they produced what was their best match when they eliminated the hosts, Egypt, in the last 16 stage.

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