It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
Lukhanyo Am is a man who prefers to let his actions on the field do the talking, but the decision to make him Sharks captain was a popular one.
Four Springbok World Cup winners have cracked the nod in a prestigious UK-based rugby magazine's World XV for 2019.
Springbok supporters in East London went all out on Saturday to welcome their heroes and the golden Webb Ellis Cup home.
Four Springboks have been added to the Barbarians squad ahead of the invitation team's November internationals.
Bringing the intelligent Lukhanyo Am into his own on the front foot at No 13 should be a Springbok priority against huge underdogs Namibia, writes Rob Houwing.
Lionel Mapoe will join the Springbok training squad as cover for Lukhanyo Am, who is unlikely to be fit for the first two Tests of the European tour.
Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am is in a race against time to be fit for the team’s end-of-year tour to Europe after fracturing his forearm.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus could make several changes to his starting XV for the Rugby Championship clash against the Wallabies.
The Sharks will go into the start of the second half of the Super Rugby season knowing that the time available to them to flick the switch is rapidly diminishing.
Lukhanyo Am is the latest in a long list of players who have re-signed with the Sharks after signing a contract extension.
Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am has been named captain of the Sharks for the 2020 Super Rugby season.
The influence of the Southern Kings is plain for all to see in the Springboks with two important players starting out with the Eastern Cape outfit.
The East London leg of the Springbok trophy tour on Saturday broke down barriers and stereotypes in South African rugby. Lloyd Burnard reports.
Hundreds of fans at Zwide stadium in the Eastern Cape got to celebrate their home town hero Siya Kolisi lift the Webb Ellis trophy in his 50th test and 20th as captain for the Springboks in Saturday's Rugby World Cup triumph.
Centre Lukhanyo Am says the Springboks are keeping the bigger picture in perspective as they hunt a first Rugby Championship title since 2009.
The elation of the Sharks players at the final whistle spoke of just how much the semi-final win over the Golden Lions and playing in another Currie Cup final means to them.
Rob Houwing generally lauds the Bok line-up chosen to tackle the All Blacks … though they keep shirking the issue of building scrumhalf depth.
Andre Esterhuizen and Lukhanyo Am will start for the Springboks in Durban on Saturday in their Rugby Championship opener against Argentina.
The Sharks are under no illusions as to the challenge that lies ahead when they take on the Blues in Auckland.
If now isn't the time to give game time to the likes of Lukhanyo Am and Warrick Gelant a Springbok crack, then when is?
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