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South Africans have been celebrating the triumphant return of the Springboks. Photo: Supplied

Springboks trophy tour:The Boks are coming to KZN

The heavily supported Rugby World Cup trophy tour is taking its turn to KZN. Here is the layout of what is set to take place.

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South Africans have been celebrating the triumphant return of the Springboks. Photo: Supplied

The Rugby World Cup champions, the Springboks, have started their highly anticipated victory tour. This tour has had great success in other cities, and it is set to create memorable celebrations of their historic victory.

Today,Saturday 4 November 2023, the Springboks will be warmly embraced in KwaZulu-Natal, and the people of Durban are eagerly preparing to welcome them with pride and excitement.

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Springboks trophy tour: What to expect in Durban

Springboks will kick off their victory tour in KwaZulu-Natal. Festivities start at 09:00 at the Garden Court Hotel in Umhlanga, with fans eagerly awaiting the chance to see their beloved champions.

The champions will visit Durban City Hall, where an enthusiastic welcome is expected, according to The Citizen. Then, they’ll head to their final destination, uShaka Marine World, arriving around 13:45.

This upcoming KwaZulu-Natal tour will undoubtedly highlight the lasting pride and support the Springboks have in this region. Fans of all ages are expected to join the celebrations, waving flags and wearing green and gold.

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The champions are eager to show their appreciation to the fans, just as they have in the past two tours in Gauteng and Western Cape.

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The next stop: Eastern Cape

The following day, the champions will continue their journey in the Eastern Cape at the Garden Court Hotel in East London at 10:00.

The Eastern Cape is particularly meaningful for the Springboks, as it is the birthplace of their legendary captain, Siya Kolisi. This visit served as a tribute to the deep-rooted connections between the team and the region.

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The tour in the Eastern Cape is characterized by sincere tributes and a tangible sense of pride among the local community.

It provides an opportunity for the champions to revel in their victory while recognising the province’s crucial role in their success.

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The day’s activities will wrap up at 14:00, once again at the Garden Court Hotel in East London.

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