#LoveChange Showcase


A culinary work of art displayed on the #LoveChange Showcase

On episode 12 of the Dan Nicholl Show, one of South Africa’s most popular chefs, Reuben Riffel, placed his brand new book called ‘Reuben at Home’ on the #LoveChange Showcase. What better way to get to know the man a bit better.  


#LoveChange Showcase receives an honourable gift

What an honour to receive a shirt from someone who is not only a former Olympic gold medallist but also the first elected Chairman of the Laureus World Sport Academy. On episode 11, the #LoveChange Showcase was fortunate enough to receive a gift from the man, the legend – Ed Moses.  


#LoveChange Showcase receives not one but TWO gifts

Double whammy! We feel honoured to have received TWO shirts for the #LoveChange Showcase on episode 10 of The Dan Nicholl Show – thanks to SA Hockey goalkeeper Rassie Pieterse and Zambian football legend, The King Kalu (Kalusha Bwalya)!      


Springbok legend, Bakkies Botha donates his Toulon rugby jerseys

Legendary former Springbok lock, Bakkies Botha donated one of his Toulon rugby jerseys to display on BrightRock’s #LoveChange Showcase on episode 9 of The Dan Nicholl Show. Bakkies describes his time with Toulon as “the cherry on the cake” in his career – and we’re absolutely thrilled to have a part of this on our Showcase. Thanks Bakkies!


Henri Schoeman shares his lucky number 8 name board

On the episode 8 of The Dan Nicholl Show, Triathlon Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist, Henri Schoeman humbly donated his lucky number 8 name board from the ITU World Triathlon to the #LoveChange ShowCase.    


Dan receives a protective mouth guard from Corne Krige

Former Springbok captain, Corne Krige, is getting tired of Dan picking on him. On episode 7 of season 4, Corne brought Dan his mouth guard to wear the next time they meet. Now, it sits on the #LoveChange Showcase for when Dan needs it.  


Our poshest #LoveChange gift by far

Episode 4 of the Dan Nicholl Show saw a very special #LoveChange Showcase contribution. All the way from Scotland, an Alfred Dunhill Championship pin flag that was signed by this year’s winner, Tyrrell Hatton.  



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