Rhulani Baloyi: November Lead SA Hero and tutor in Alexandra

Rhulani Baloyi is Lead SA hero for November for his commitment to making a difference in his community of Alexandra, Johannesburg.

Baloyi first started with coaching soccer to young people and assisting them with equipment to participate in soccer tournaments.

He extended his coaching to tutoring in maths and science after encouraging some of his friends to make more impact.

In an interview with 702's Stephen Grootes, he shared his journey and passion which contributed to him being an inspiration within his community.

Focusing on football alone is really not good enough... We need to tap into educational opportunities for these youngsters.

Rhulani Baloyi, Lead SA November Hero

Listen to the interview below:


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