Belinda Wiese Wiki
Belinda Wiese Biography
Belinda Wiese is the wife of Kobus Wiese, a former South African rugby player who played in the lock for the South African national rugby team between 1993 and 1996. She was a No. 2 specialist lineout jumper, and rampant in tight loose and loose. (1994 edition of Sports Deck Trading Card, Card # 08).
Former Springbok lock and popular television host Kobus Wiese are in hospital recovering from a massive heart attack, according to a radio report this morning. Johannesburg HOT 91.9FM sports radio host John Walland said Wiese, 56, was rushed to the Panorama Clinic in Johannesburg and is being closely monitored.
According to news reports, he underwent a procedure to have an intravascular stent inserted into a narrow vein.
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Kobus Wiese, former Springbok lock, suffers a heart attack
Former Springbok lock and popular television host Kobus Wiese is in hospital recovering from a massive heart attack, according to a radio report this morning.
Sports radio host John Walland of HOT 91.9FM in Johannesburg said Wiese, 56, was rushed to the Panorama Clinic in Cape Town and is being closely monitored. The massive Wiese played 18 tryouts for the Boks in the 1990s and was a key member of the 1995 World Cup winning team.
The 2m tall former Transvaal stalwart weighed 125kg in his prime and has continued to grow into a giant man. After retiring from rugby in 1997 after 128 games for his beloved Transvaal, Wiese has been a popular SuperSport host on their rugby shows and on game days.
The 1995 World Cup team has been plagued with tragedies. Flanker Ruben Kruger died in 2010 after a long struggle with a brain tumor; scrumhalf Joost van der Westhuizen died of motor neuron disease in 2017; James Small, right, died two years ago after a heart attack; and Chester Williams, the left-winger in the All Blacks’ World Cup final loss, also died of a heart attack in 2019, just two months after Small’s death.
Wiese was a belligerent lock who took no prisoners loose and was a reliable No. 2 jumper for the Boks and the Transvaal team that won the Super 10 in 1993 and the Currie Cup in 1993 and 1994.