Lucas Radebe is one of South Africa’s greatest ever footballers. He is a sporting icon where he is popularly known as Rhoo. He achieved legendary status as a captain and player with his English team Leeds United F.C., where he was known
as “The Chief” to players and supporters alike. His story – a boy born in Diepkloof, Soweto in apartheid-era South Africa to becoming captain of an English Premier League team and his country – is inspirational and moving.
“Learning with Lucas Initiative represents the essential principals of Lucas Radebe’s social responsibility and commitment.”
Lucas joined Former Springbok International Andre Snyman as the latest South African public figure to be appointed as an Ambassador for the Solidarity Walk taking place from the 29th to 31st August 2020. The Solidarity Walk is a global fundraising...
Sport 24 has compiled an all-time greatest Bafana XI since readmission to international football in 1992. The years following readmission made up the golden era of South African Football – the highlighting moment saw South Africa lift the 1996 Africa Cup...
Lucas nominates Soweto Old Age Home as Betway extends commitment to communities amidst COVID-19 Pandemic
As a response to the COVID-19 national lockdown, Betway remained committed to making a difference in local communities. As a continued effort to make a difference with their #BetwayCares initiatives and having proven to be market leaders in community...