EXCLUSIVE | Struggling Bok star Nkosi on being missing for 3 weeks: 'I've been curled up in a ball'

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Sbu Nkosi celebrates after scoring a try. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)
Sbu Nkosi celebrates after scoring a try. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Springbok and Bulls wing Sbu Nkosi says the reason he went "missing" was because he was battling mental health struggles brought on by weekly rugby pressures at the elite level.

The Bulls located the World Cup winner at his father's house in Emalahleni on Monday morning after failing to reach him for three weeks, during which they opened a missing persons file with SAPS.

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