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James Terence Small (10 February 1969 – 10 July 2019) was a South African rugby union winger who played for the Springboks. His international debut was against the All Blacks in 1992 and he made his final appearance against Scotland in 1997.\r\nJames Small was a South African rugby player who played on the wing for the Springboks. He was born on 10 February 1969 in Cape Town, South Africa. He died on 10 July 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was 50 years old.\r\nJames Small: Cause of death revealed as family address “sex club” rumours The family of James Small have stood firm in the face of rumours that link him to visiting a "sex club" in Johannesburg, prior to the ex-Bok's death.\r\nView the profiles of people named James Small. Join Facebook to connect with James Small and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to...\r\nJames Small was a great wing for the Springboks during the 90's. He broke Danie Gerber's test record for tries when he scored his 20th try in his last test against Scotland in 1997. Controversy seemed to follow him around, but the fact is he was an individual, which is still rare in today's rugby. A World Cup winner who knew how to ...\r\nProf. James Small - Afrikan Spirituality: Liberating Blacks By Any Means Necessary - Duration: 34:30. Building Seven 18,160 views. 34:30 @RhythNJustice Understanding Traditional African Systems with Professor James Small - Duration: 29:10. Rhythm-N-Justice Television 22,834 views.\r\n