Day of emotion as Queen's College honours pioneer Kaya Malotana: 'I don't know how to feel'

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Victoria Recreation Ground at Queens College.
Victoria Recreation Ground at Queens College.
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Former Springbok, Border and Lions wing Kaya Malotana said the renaming of the main grandstand at Queen's College's main field in his name was a reminder of the hard work his father put in to uplift his family.

Malotana was Queen's College's first-ever black player and proceeded to become the first black African Springbok when he featured at the 1999 Rugby World Cup.

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