The Fringe: Self defense
Guest: Roxane Hayward, South African actress Host: Sara-Jayne King, Late Nights Topic: The Fringe: Self defense After a near kidnapping incident in 2015, South African actress Roxane Hayward, felt the need to learn how to defend herself and evolve from a helpless victim to an empowered individual. Moving her attention from weights at the gym to Muaythai. Since starting her Muaythai training in 2016 with two-time world champion Quentin Chong, she has become a spokeswoman for self-defense and continues to host seminars in South Africa that focus on human rights, empowerment, safety, and teaching individuals how to defend themselves. She plays her character as Viola De Lesseps in this run of Shakespeare In Love at The Fugard Theatre.
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