Francois visits the cell that Nelson Mandela was in when he was incarcerated. When he enters the cell, the words of William Ernest Henley's poem, Invictus, echo through his mind while he visualizes the misfortune of others at the time.
Nelson and Francois discuss how they inspire their teams to do their best and achieve greatness.
The South Africa national rugby team, Springboks, teaches a group of young children how to play rugby. Rugby is central to South African culture and was instrumental in the post-Apartheid nation-building process.
Nelson Mandela goes against the advice of his advisors and party in the selection of the South African Rugby team, as he sees it as an opportunity to overcome past hatred and rebuild the nation.