Students' prank leads to positive outcome “Borrowing” of Atterbury's giant Springbok jersey leads to donation to Atterbury Trust With Springbok spirit currently at a high, two Pretoria students took their enthusiasm for the Bokke campaign a bit too far. They decided to “borrow” the giant Springbok jersey that is dressed on the large Angus Taylor statue “Child of the Dust” by Atterbury Property during each Rugby World Cup tournament, for their own purposes. This renowned stone statue stands in front of the company's Clubhouse headquarters in Hazelwood, Pretoria.
As I reflect on my 21-year relationship with Kim and Louis, it occurs to me this is the longest non-family relationship I have ever had. Not without its break ups and reconciliations, we have remained together, just like a family.
Twisted Toast is 12 years old, but my relationship with its founders goes back at least twice that long. Kim and Louis, two of the most interesting people I’ve ever met; joined at the hip, yet so different in character. Kim, the doting mother, wife, organiser, boss. Louis, the bachelor, strategist, canoeist, raconteur, dreamer. Here are some memories I hold dearest.