As the Festive season fills our spirit some South Africans will still be celebrating the Springboks' victory over England in the Rugby World Cup final to be crowned Rugby World Champions, exactly one month ago.
Even with a shaky start to their campaign the Springboks didn't allow their opening loss to New Zealand to deter them from their goal of being crowned kings of the Rugby world.
After losing that Pool B game, in his post match interview, coach Rassie Erasmus said that the team had the potential to go all the way to the final and make history by winning the Cup. It was almost as if he had seen the future and turned it into a reality.
The Springboks fought hard throughout their campaign and from Kolbe sidesteps to a shocking Cobus Reinach hattrick and everything inbetween the Springboks showed they have just what champions are made of.
A thrilling final against England saw South African Rugby Union history being made when the side were led onto the pitch, at the International Stadium Yokohama, by the first ever black captain in Siya Kolisim, and anyone who attended a Bok victory parade in their city will remember the deafening shouts of adoring fans, "Siya! Siya! Siya!" as the nation acknowledged his work as captain.
One month after winning the Rugby World Cup we've said goodbye to Bok coach Rassie Eramus, Tendai "Beast" Mtawarira and Schalk Brits in their international professional careers but we still celebrate Siya and the #StrongerTogether team as they remind us of what we can do when we work together as one.