Siya Kolisi Biography
Siya Kolisi born Siyamthanda Kolisi, is a South African rugby union rugby player who plays for Western Province in the Currie Cup and the Stormers in Super Rugby. He was born on 16 June 1991. He grew up in Zwide township outside Port Elizabeth.
At the age of 12 he impressed scouts at a youth tournament in Mossel Bay and was offered a scholarship at Grey Junior in Port Elizabeth. He subsequently moved up to Grey High School, where he was a member of the first XV rugby team. He was also a part of the Eastern Province Kings youth set-up between 2007 and 2009, playing in the Under-16 Grant Khomo week and the Under-18 Craven Week before shifting west to join Western Province.
Kolisi made his senior debut for Western Province against the Golden Lions during the 2011 Vodacom Cup and later in the year several injuries and international call-ups gave him the opportunity to make regular starts in the Currie Cup. 2012 saw him graduate to the Stormers squad. He was selected as the new captain of the Stormers on 20 February 2017.
Kolisi was a member of the South Africa under 20 side that competed in both the 2010 and 2011 IRB Junior World Championships. He made his Springbok debut on 15 June 2013 against Scotland at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.
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Kolisi married Rachel Smith in a glamorous wedding in the Western Cape in August, 2016. They have a son, Nicholas Siyamthanda Kolisi.
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Rugby star Siya Kolisi and his wife Rachel can’t contain their excitement over the new addition to their family. Rachel gave birth to the couple’s second child together a few days ago. Siya posted a picture on Saturday of Rachel in hospital with the caption, “I’m grateful”.
Rachel took to Instagram on Monday to share a picture of herself kissing her baby girl’s head. The image did not reveal the newborn’s face. The couple, who are already the parents of three-year-old Nicholas, have not yet revealed their daughter’s name.
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Siya Kolisi’s interracial marriage ‘a waste of good white genes’
After millennia of protecting ‘good’ white genes, all is ‘lost’, according to one self-appointed expert on genetics.
Following Springbok Siya Kolisi’s wedding, some white people have taken to social media to express their “disgust” at the interracial marriage. One Hannes Lottering from Pretoria, according to his profile, said he prayed it did not happen to his family. “Honest to God, I would not know what to do,” he said.
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His comment unleashed a lot of comments from his friends, who said the marriage was “f***ing wrong”. One Dillon Shane Jackson said if a member of his family married a black man, he would disown them.
“Tell them to never come around again. Cut them off from any inheritance they would receive,” he said.
“What a waste of good white genes,” said Josh Beckett.
Lottering was angry that whites had spent thousands of years protecting the genes, and now “all is lost”.
“What a waste,” he said.
He further said their marriage was wrong because it was not going to last, and Kolisi’s wife, Rachel, would be left stranded, as no white man would want her and her “half-breed” kids.
Would a lion mate with a buffalo? Asked one of his friends.
From the comments, one can tell Lottering’s friends were just concerned about his wife’s prospects after their failed marriage.
“Every white woman that marries a black man ends up with a case number,” said Paul Kietzmann.
One Catherine Van Vuuren disagreed with Lottering and his friends, saying she thought people should not be racist, a comment that unleashed more vitriol from Lottering and friends, who said they were not racists but “realists” who were practising “free speech”.
The problem with mixed “breeding”, according to Lottering, was that the “worst inferior bloodline” became dominant. In fact, some black people only started reading and writing 100 years ago, and for that reason, he would not want to have grandchildren “as backward as that”.
In fact, Kolisi’s wife had total disrespect of her own culture. “Utterly disgraceful, there is not future or hope,” said Derick Hattingh.
“This is totally against the laws of God and nature, I would never accept it, I would not make myself unhappy to accommodate someone else’s perversions, no matter who they are,” said Quinton Jackson.