Bryan Habana believes the current Springboks have the potential to go on and do even greater things after winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
South African rugby legend Bryan Habana has been inducted into the Laureus World Sports Academy.
South Africa's Rugby World Cup victory is about far more than rugby, Springboks legend Bryan Habana says.
Springbok legend Bryan Habana believes a Jaguares win over the Crusaders in the Super Rugby final would be a major positive for rugby.
Legendary former Springbok wing Bryan Habana has dismissed concerns over his country's erratic recent form in Test rugby.
Former Springbok wing Bryan Habana has prepared for life after rugby by graduating from the Toulouse Business School.
The group shared an epic selfie from the event, with everyone huddled into the pic, as well as few more snaps.
Former Springbok wing Bryan Habana believes Siya Kolisi's captaincy is the most significant Bok moment since Nelson Mandela's appearance at the 1995 World Cup.
The Bryan Habana comparisons are inevitable. The more he sparkles as himself, the less burdensome they’ll be for Aphiwe Dyantyi, writes Rob Houwing.
Former wing Bryan Habana says overseas Springboks played a pivotal role in helping the Springboks beat England in a recent home series.
He may be the most prolific try-scoring Springbok of all time, but on Saturday night in Berlin, Bryan Habana stepped out of his comfort zone in a big way.
Two Springboks - wing Bryan Habana and prop Tendai 'Beast' Mtawarira - have made it into Sky Sports readers' team of the decade.
Springbok legend Bryan Habana revealed that this has to be the tightest Rugby World Cup ever to predict.
Former Springbok legend Bryan Habana is embracing this next phase of his life having hung up his boots.
Graduation season is in full swing and you’d be surprised how many local celebs were part of this year’s graduating class.
It’s graduation season and retired Springbok rugby star, Bryan Habana also graduated at the Toulouse Business school in France.
Springbok legend Bryan Habana believes the All Blacks will win the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
Legendary former Springbok wing Bryan Habana has tipped an All Black to break his try-scoring record at the Rugby World Cup.
Legendary former Springbok wing Bryan Habana says he was physically fine to continue playing rugby, but opted against it.
Siya Kolisi's appointment as the first black skipper of the Springbok team can inspire a 'new generation', says Bryan Habana.
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