Cape The town – A metal pill which used to be dug up on the Afrikaanse Hoër Seunskool (Affies) has made headlines in Pretoria.
In line with Netwerk24, development staff on Tuesday came upon a metal pill buried about two metres underground close to the college’s primary front.
It has emerged that the pill used to be buried there 16 years in the past – by means of former Proteas nice AB de Villiers and his faculty buddies.
De Villiers, who matriculated at Affies in 2002, along side his buddies Derick Kuun, Cliff Milton, Sarel Potgieter, Basil de Doncker, Willem Taute, Willem Fraser, Herman van der Laan and their head of place of dwelling, Pierre le Roux, every buried a work of clothes and different memorabilia from the college within the pill.
De Villiers’ First XV rugby jersey used to be a number of the contents within the pill.
The big name cricketer used to be a promising rugby participant in class and represented the Blue Bulls on the 2002 Craven Week as a flyhalf.
De Villiers, Kuun, Milton, Potgieter and De Doncker all performed rugby for the college’s First XV that 12 months.
Whilst De Villiers pursued a profession in cricket, the opposite 4 went directly to play top quality rugby.
The theory used to be for the gang to dig up the pill at their 10-year reunion in 2012, however as now not they all have been in a position to wait the development, they determined to take action in 2022.
Then again, destiny intervened when staff discovery the pill whilst mendacity IT cables previous this week.
In line with Maroela Media, the college contacted De Villiers who took the pill house to scrub its contents.
Affies have requested for the pill and contents to be donated to the college museum, a request De Villiers will reportedly consult with his buddies.