Aphiwe Dyantyi Exclusive Part 1: 'I didn’t see or speak to anyone for 2 months'

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Springbok winger Aphiwe Dyantyi has opened up publicly for the first time in a year about the toll the positive dope test had on his physical and mental being.

Dyantyi, who is still awaiting his South African Institute of Drug-free Sport (Saids) independent doping tribunal hearing, spoke candidly and exclusively to Sport24 about the anxiety that he developed soon after the storm hit, on the eve of the 2019 Springbok World Cup squad announcement.

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