The Proteas cruised to a victory over Sri Lanka at the Cricket World Cup this week, casting off the “choker” label earned after repeated surprise exits from the World Cup in previous years. The Sri Lankans, who were World Cup finalists in 2007 and 2011 and winners of the 1996 World Cup, were bowled out for 133, a score South Africa made with 32 overs to spare. Could this be the year the Proteas go all the way?
Nathi is a 3rd year graphic design student studying at the Durban University of Technology. He lives in Mayville, Durban and has a disability called ‘Micropthalmia’ – the underdevelopment of the eye, which causes visual impairment. His love for art and cartoons has always kept him going and looking beyond his disability.