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Springbok captain Siya Kolisi and his wife Rachel continue winning in their marriage and careers


You have to love people that spread good vibes and inspire others through the line of work. If you’re looking for a power couple that has been winning both personally and professionally, then look no further than Springbok captain Siya Kolisi and his wife Rachel Kolisi as they’re a great example of teamwork. The Kolisis have slowly grown in people’s hearts over the years, as they’ve been able to showcase their love with Mzansi. Their love story has been special to their fans as they’ve proved that where there’s love then there’s happiness.

The Kolisis have combined their heads to produce a film titled Africa In Me #MyStory that’s based in South Africa and tackles the effects of gender-based violence within the country. What’s impressive is that it has been selected to open Africa Rising International Film Festival that will take place in different venues around Johannesburg. This will be an online and on-site festival in November and it showcases unique films in Mzansi. This is a massive win for Rachel and Siya since their craft Africa In Me #MyStory was their first-ever work that they’ve produced together, including the Kolisi Foundation and captured by the Black Bean Productions. “So VERY excited to announce that in association with the @kolisi_foundation @siya_kolisi_the_bear & I are executive producers of our very first film! We couldn’t be more proud to have partnered for short film that is massively impactful and needed more then ever!” wrote Rachel on her Instagram account.

The festival chair Lala Tuku has stated that they aim to collect different films that will showcase African stories from all walks of life. Then they want these films to be showcased on a global stage so that other parts of the world can know more about authentic African stories. “We seek to package African films for export to the global stage while being at the centre of driving change and being a motivating anchor that unearths authentic African stories,” said Tuku speaking at a virtual press roundtable.

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Date: 26 November 2021

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