ANALYSIS | The worst is surely over as SA sport looks to recover from Covid-19 devastation

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One thing nobody can dispute is that the quality of Kolisi’s on-field performances has fallen off a cliff. Picture: Gallo Images
One thing nobody can dispute is that the quality of Kolisi’s on-field performances has fallen off a cliff. Picture: Gallo Images

Sport, like every sector, has not escaped the devastating impact of Covid-19 and the industry, top to bottom, has been crippled over the past 12 months, writes Lloyd Burnard.

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