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Sport Staff
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3 Jan 2017
9:32 am

Even a former Springbok is hampered by SA’s drought

Sport Staff

Dewald Potgieter, a former Bulls and Springbok flanker, reveals how long it's actually taken to rain again on his farm.

Dewald Potgieter on his farm "Dassiesfontein" in the Eastern Cape. Photo: dewaldpotgieter.com

South Africa’s crippling drought affects everyone – including one of the country’s prominent sport stars.

Dewald Potgieter, a former Springbok flanker who nowadays plays for Worcester in England, on Monday evening revealed his farm in Willowmore in the Eastern Cape received rain for the first time in half a year!

The 29-year-old’s farm is called “Dassiesfontein”, where he breeds Angora goats as well as Dorper sheep.

In fact, he’s so passionate about his Dorpers that he’s even registered a stud, “Dewald Potgieter Dorpers”.

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