Bryan Habana

Bryan Habana played professional rugby for more than 15 years, representing the Golden Lions, the Blue Bulls,
Western Province, Rugby Club Toulonnais and the Springboks. For the latter, he played on no less than 124 occasions, and in that time, became the 2nd highest try scorer of all time.

During his career, and among the many wins he enjoyed both nationally and internationally, he cites having won the Rugby World in 2007, under Head Coach Jake White, as his personal career highlight.

Since hanging up his boots in 2018, Bryan has ventured into diverse roles including being a brand ambassador for HSBC, Mastercard and Land Rover globally and The First Group in Dubai. He has also become a match broadcaster for Channel 4 in New Zealand and ITV in the UK.

On the business front, he was involved in two start-up entities.

From an education point of view, he studied for a Bachelor of Science: Information Technology degree at Rand Afrikaans University and a Business Unit Management: Marketing, Business Administration and Support Services at the Toulouse Business School.