South African actress, TV presenter, mother and businesswoman Vanessa Haywood took the world by storm when she landed a role in Hollywood blockbuster, District 9. Since then she appeared on multiple of magazine covers, travelled the world, married international trail running champion Ryan Sandes and become a mother to her son Max. We chat to her about how her family has been managing during lockdown, how they have been keeping fit and the virtual run she did for the SPCA.
Vanessa also discusses how she is managing homeschooling and if teaching something that comes easy to her.
She also weighs in on Alan Winde, the Western Cape Premier’s, statement that it is important to have more time to exercise to avoid densely populated areas and the 6am – 9am exercise curfew.
A few months ago, a close friend and Top SA cyclist Nic Dlamini was attacked on Table Mountain training for the Tokyo Olympics and needed to go for surgery. Vanessa shares why she felt it was important to raise awareness on what happened.
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