Kolisi, who is currently injured, has converted a section of his home living space into a temporary gym in order to continue with his individual training programme.
Speaking to www.springboks.rugby, the Springbok captain said he is currently finalising plans for the donations to two hospitals through his Siya Kolisi Foundation.
The two beneficiaries are the Khayelitsha Hospital in the Western Cape and the Livingstone Hospital in Port Elizabeth the Eastern Cape.
“Everyone must do what they can to combat the spread of the pandemic and I hope this contribution will somehow make a difference,” said the Springboks’ Rugby World Cup winning captain.
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Siya Kolisi sent us a video to show how he and his family pass the time during the 21 day isolation. Siya also has a special message for all medical staff working during this period.
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Kolisi is one of five RWC-winning Springboks who are part of the DHL Stormers’ Vodacom Super Rugby squad who are currently undergoing injury rehabilitation.
The Bok and DHL Stormers captain recently posted a video of himself on Twitter sharing his efforts to regain full fitness again.
“With the lockdown you obviously cannot go out and train, so I’ve cordoned off a patch of my yard for training purposes,” said Kolisi.