Former South African rugby union player James Small died at the age of 50 years old after suffering a heart attack.
The rugby legend’s family confirmed the news.
Born in Cape Town in 1969, Small attended Greenside High School in Johannesburg.
Small’s international debut took place in 1992 when he played against All Blacks. His final appearance on the field was in 1997 when he played against Scotland.
After finishing his professional career, he became the owner of Café Caprice in Cape Town.