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Destiny awaits determined Dweba in biggest game of his career: 'It will mean a lot to him'

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Joseph Dweba. (Photo by Charle Lombard/Gallo Images)
Joseph Dweba. (Photo by Charle Lombard/Gallo Images)

Joseph Dweba is one of those characters who, no matter what life throws at him, events and circumstances cannot put down.

The third-in-line Springbok hooker, who has been thrust into the front row against the All Blacks on Saturday, has one of the most awe-inspiring success stories in a team filled with heart-warming allegory.

Nothing has come easy or conventionally for Dweba, who has been open about his impoverished Carletonville upbringing.

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