Rachel Kolisi takes social media break

Rachel Kolisi, the wife of Springboks captain and Racing 92 player Siya Kolisi, revealed that she had taken a break from social media and would recommend others do the same, via an Instagram post on Thursday 20 June.

Siya Kolisi’s wife, Rachel Kolisi revealed that she unintentionally took some time away from social media and she soon realised how much she needed that. She went on to say that she did a lot of praying, and she has lots of things she is excited to share with her 537k Instagram followers.

The mom of two, who now lives in Paris, France, also advised others also try a social media break because peace needs to be a priority. Take a look…

“I took a very unintentional but MUCH needed break from social media. And did a whole lot of praying ⬆️ ❤️. Feels kind of awkward doing a posts again actually 😂. I have some amazing things coming up that I’m excited to share with you all,” she wrote.

“But mostly here to encourage you. If you haven’t taken a break from SM lately – I HIGHLY recommend it. The chaos around us will continue, peace has almost become a privilege, prioritise it,” she continued.

Rachel married Siya in 2016 and the pair have two children together – Nicholas (9) and Keziah (6). The family of four relocated to Paris, France in 2023, as Siya joined Paris-based rugby team Racing92 after he led the Springboks to become double Rugby World Cup Champions in October 2023.


Rachel’s return to social media came just after Racing 92 boss, Jacky Lorenzetti.

“Kolisi had a remarkable start to the season, where he was a unifier off the field,” he said to French publication Midi Olympique, as per EWN.

However, he did not have many more positive things to say afterwards as he said that Siya was not the impact player they expected. He went on to say that Siya had gained weight.

“He didn’t bring anything, we must be clear. It was not the impact player we expected. The injury layoff was harmful to him. He gained weight, lost shape and yesterday [against Bordeaux] he was transparent. In the back row, we used to have an ultra-present warrior, a warrior called Wenceslas Lauret. For the moment, Siya is not making us forget Wenceslas. But we think that next year, that will change,” he continued.

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