Sanders will be missed
THE tragic death of Corrie Sanders was a sad loss to his family, the country's brand image and to the entire boxing fraternity.
That he died not rich, despite his outstanding career and significant contribution, is unfortunate.
Boxers, managers, trainers, promoters and officials deserve a better dividend from the multi-million wealth of the sports industry.
The boxing fraternity must revive boxing, which is very popular among our people.
Corrie is gone, but his outstanding contribution will live on.
- Thabani Khumalo, by e-mail