AB has been associated with Kookaburra since the beginning of his international cricket career. He currently uses cricket bats and gear from the Kahuna range. “I have been using Kookaburra bats and equipment ever since I can remember; the quality is fantastic.”
The team at SuperSport look after AB’s presence online at his official site. AB also blogs for SuperSport’s Cricket division when he is playing.
AB’s first choice in cricket footwear is Puma. He also wears the Puma brand recreationally when out and about.
JUST FUN PROMOTIONS
Just Fun Promotions executes and co-ordinates promotional toy campaigns in South Africa to the highest of standards. AB is involved in the promotion of the “Off the Wall Ball”. You can see a clip of AB recording the commercial here.
AB has regular interview slots and podcasts with this Johannesburg-based radio station. He is featured in their “Sports Cage” segments.
AB is a brand ambassador for Audi. The partnership began in 2008 with AB taking an Audi S3, and has now continued with AB taking delivery of an Audi TT in April 2009. “The TT is a very special car! There’s nothing better than spending time in this wonderful vehicle. It’s really extremely solid on the road. I’ve gotta mention that it’s the most attractive car I’ve been in. I’m still pretty young and I enjoy the fresh, attractive vibe of this car,” says AB.
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The Hills is a private Golf and Eco Estate located in the Eastern part of Pretoria. Says AB as an official ambassador, “South Africa has many beautiful golf course estates, and I reckon The Hills
ranks among the finest. I’m excited to become a resident at The Hills, can’t wait.”
AB is a fan of the Aca Joe brand for casual wear. “I love these clothes; they’re proudly South African and soon they’ll be taking on the world.”
AB is passionate about his involvement in Francois Pienaar’s Make a Difference Foundation. This organization gives underprivileged children the opportunity to attend the country’s best schools, so he mentors one particular youngster at school in Johannesburg and he donates 100% of his fee for giving weekly radio interviews to M.A.D.