The Kolisi Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel Kolisi as the new CEO. Rachel will succeed Mahlatse Mashua and assume responsibilities on 30 September 2022.
Siya Kolisi wants to give back to his beloved sport through Red Bull Roots, a multi-year partnership with the Kolisi Foundation by building the next generation of young rugby players with a one-day clinic to help upskill and empower them.
Support the Kolisi Foundation's online auction running until 20 May 2022. Items vary from R500 to R11 000. By placing a bid and buying an item, you support one of their current Kolisi Foundation projects.
Two years after its inception, the Kolisi Foundation officially launched at an event hosted by Thabang Skwambane at the Mount Nelson, a Belmond Hotel, in Cape Town.
We invite you to join the Kolisi Foundation's monthly donor community - Kolisi Kollective. Sign up via our website to be part of a community of committed donors.
During this '16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV)' the Kolisi Foundation focused on the theme: How to show up against GBV.
There have been many comments made and books written about Siya Kolisi, captain of the Springboks, and the first black man to lead his country in over 128 years of South African rugby.