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Great weekend at the Safland 7's

Oh man, it went down at the Safland sevens and Radiowave was right there in the thick of the action. We had Cornal Hendricks playing for the SA select side who lost out to eventual winners and tournament favorites, Kenya. If you don’t know who Cornal is, he is a former South African rugby union player. His usual position is wing and played various positions at the Safland sevens. This guy is hot stuff, he played for the SA sevens, Boland Cavaliers and signed for Cheeters and WP in 2016, where he was forced to retire from competitive rugby because he had a heart condition, so the bigger clubs just would not sign him. 

Nonetheless he was on form and some say he’s lost his pace a bit, either way it was great to see him. Also at the tournament was Mpho Mbiyozo, former Cheeters player and winner of the HSBC World 7’s series championship and Kenny Tsimba, the world rugby hall of famer who played for Bath rugby and the Cheeters.

So a star studded affair this weekend including the Namibia national 7's team who were taught a lesson of humility by Namibia’s Tisan team. They lost to Tisan in the tournaments biggest upset.  Never under estimate the other guy. Well done Kenya!!

 

Can you handle your crush working at the same company as you?

If you have a crush on someone, my rule is always that they never know about it. Its just better that way. They must keep their distance and everyone will be fine.

Whats your idea of proximity to your crush. I always believed my crush should stay as far away from me as possible and know nothing about me crushing on them what so ever because you know how it is when your crush is right there in front of you, your palms are sweaty, you say silly things and sometimes just don’t say anything at all, which Is why I say crushes should stay far back so we can observe them in all their splendour and beauty.

Here’s the thing. How would you feel if your crush, got a job in your office and start working in your company? How awkward would that be? Can you handle it? I don’t think I would like that very much because one of 2 things can happen, either you become this weird co-worker and you crash has no interest in you whatsoever or you could get along as colleagues so well that you end up in the dreaded friend zone. It won't be nice, trust me. I asked a buddy of mine and he says it would totally work if his crush was in the office but each for their own and we will all differ.

Do you have a serious phobia of something other than your ex?

I was chatting with a friend yesterday who has a phobia of spiders. Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders. It's actually the oldest and most common phobia in the Western culture. I have a fear of many things and nowhere near calling it a phobia. I don’t have a phobia of anything other than my ex-girlfriend but other than that I'm pretty smooth sailing. It got me thinking when I saw how my friend handled the situation of having to be in the vicinity of spiders.

There are actually real physiological effects on these individuals and me as someone without a phobia have no idea what its like to feel this level of fear for something that at times is very harmless. She cited hot flushes and chills, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, almost like a choking sensation when she spots a spider. On top of that she’s sweating and of course trembling so no wonder we have to take it seriously when someone says I have a real phobia of XYZ. As Africans, we tend to laugh it off because we’re from the bush so to say although not really. We’re the Switzerland of Africa remember. So do you have a serious phobia of something other than your ex?