To celebrate Women's Month 2021, School of Hard Knocks interviewed Babalwa Latsha, the first South African woman to become a pro rugby player, discussing gender issues in sport.

School of Hard Knocks are dedicated to using sport as a means to replace negative gender norms with more positive and progressive beliefs about women and gender relations.

In honour of #womensmonth2021, and our new partnership with Naspers Limited, we are sharing sporting stories of how SA's top female athletes have overcome the prevailing power imbalance between men and women to excel in their sport. We hope this will inspire young women to persevere at the sport they love and educate us all on how to become their best allies.

First up was Springbok captain, Babalwa Latsha. A woman not afraid to break the mould.

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