Rohan Kitshoff is one of many outstanding loose-forwards Namibia have produced. Born in Windhoek his family re-located to the West Coast of the Cape Province where he represented Boland at the 2002 and 2003 Craven week tournaments for High Schools. He went through the youth structures of Western Province and Boland Cavaliers before signing for Griquas where he earned 59 caps for the province. In 2011, he returned to Western Province to play Vodacom Cup rugby for them, as well as making five Currie Cup appearances. He was the joint top try scorer in the 2012 Vodacom Cup, scoring seven tries. He joined French Top 14 team Bordeaux for the 2012–13 Top 14 season but returned to South Africa to play for Western Province once again. A few weeks later, he was also included in the Stormers' team against the Reds during the 2013 Super Rugby season. In 2015, he joined Western Province club side Durbanville-Bellville and was a member of the squad that won the 2015 SARU Community Cup competition, scoring four tries in six appearances in the competition. Kitshoff has 22 caps for Namibia including four appearances at the 2011 rugby World Cup in New Zealand. He was captain when Namibia qualified for the Rugby World Cup in Madagascar last year.