It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
Enver Wilsnach, one of two people who alleged they were assaulted and racially abused by Springbok Eben Etzebeth, has told News24 he is disappointed in the rugby star.
SARU CEO Jurie Roux and Stellenbosch University will go head to head in May this year over claims that he possibly benefitted personally from seemingly misappropriated university funds.
Proven asset though he is, it shouldn’t be taken for granted that Frans Steyn would be popularly received back in a Bok dressing room, says Rob Houwing.
Mark Alexander is set to stand for another term as president of SA Rugby, but will face opposition for the position.
If Allister Coetzee thinks he’s had it tough from the boardroom as Bok coach, Heyneke Meyer (and others) could have made a similar case, says Rob Houwing
South African Rugby Union chief executive Jurie Roux has re-stated his country's commitment to staying in SANZAAR.
Staging home Test matches abroad is among the options South African rugby bosses are considering in a bid to make the national body profitable again.
The adage, “the more things change the more they stay the same” is perhaps more true for rugby than for any other institution in SA, argues Gary Boshoff.
Springbok lock Lood de Jager has described both his own form and his team-mates in 2016 as “shocking”.
Top female referee Aimee Barrett-Theron, the first female to be included on the SA Rugby national men’s panel, will make her Women’s Test debut later this month.
A community leader representing complainants in a matter about an alleged racist incident at a pub in Langebaan has told SA Rugby Union officials that Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth must return home to be internally investigated for any role he may have played.
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Rassie Erasmus is doubtful whether his role as Munster's director of rugby will be filled by Springbok assistant coach Johan van Graan.
It speaks volumes about our priorities that when SA Rugby announced its plans to celebrate 25 years of rugby “unity”.
SA Rugby's supposedly tough stance on the issue of overseas-based players is half-cocked and a cop out, says Mark Keohane.
Hands down, the most predictable SA rugby headline in 2017 has been that the Springboks will improve from last year’s eight-defeat horror.
Getting rid of Springbok coach Allister Coetzee will have dire financial repercussions – a R13m payout – for a sport that is already bleeding money.
It will cost Saru almost R13 million to get rid of current coach Allister Coetzee, but he has a winning record of four out of 12 Test matches.
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