They state in case you’re acceptable at something, you ought to never do it for nothing. So we should all maybe remove a leaf from the books of the most extravagant South African games stars, and begin charging megabucks for things we are knowledgeable in.
They’ve buckled down, become the best in their field, and reliably produce elite exhibitions in their separate game. This is a media outlet, and if Hollywood stars bring in asinine cash, for what reason can’t our competitors?
Born in Sandton, Johannesburg, Transvaal Province, South Africa; Oscar Pistorious’s life is a story of promise and perseverance to a saga of murder and a 6 year prison sentence. Born with a condition called fibular hemimelia a birth defect where part or all of the fibular bone is missing. Due to this congenital condition doctors had to remove Pistorious’s legs when he was just 11 months old.
Despite the condition, Pistorious went on to play sports including, water polo, tennis and even rugby union. In 2003 at age 17, Francois van der Watt fitted Oscar with prosthetics that allowed him to run and exhibit his full potential. Pistorious went on to win Gold in 2004 Athens Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics, and the 2012 London Games Paralympic Games.
Birthday: 22 November 1986
Net Worth: R194 Million ($15 Million)
Sport: Track and Field
Top Endorsements: Nike, Oakley
Training: University of Pretoria
9. Chris Morris
Born in Pretoria Transvaal Province, South Africa , Chris Morris has made quite the name for his self on the South African national team as well as his club cricket sides. Morris currently plays for the Delhi Daredevils of the Indian Premier League.
The son of former cricketer Willie Morris, may have started playing cricket at an advanced age when compared to others but his natural ability shines on the pitch.
Birthday: 30 April 1987
Net Worth: R222 Million ($17 Million)