For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
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Former Bulls No 8 Pierre Spies believes the current team can break their losing duck in New Zealand.
In an exclusive interview, ex-Springbok No 8 Pierre Spies talks about calling time on his career and previews the Bok-All Black Test.
Former Springbok and Bulls No 8 Pierre Spies has announced his retirement from professional rugby.
The rugby fraternity is rallying around Brumbies flyhalf Christian Lealiifano, who was recently diagnosed with leukaemia.
Former Springboks Pierre Spies and Wynand Olivier will start for the Barbarians when they tackle English club Worcester Warriors.
Six South Africans have been included in the Barbarians squad to face Samoa at London's Olympic Park.
Former Bulls and Springbok No 8 Pierre Spies is ready to continue his rugby career in Japan and France.
Pierre Spies is one of three loose forwards who could yet be a part of Heyneke Meyer's Rugby World Cup plans.
Discarded Springbok utility back Francois Hougaard will be available for the Blue Bulls in this year’s Currie Cup competition.
Pierre Spies says he was deemed surplus to requirements at the Bulls.
Pierre Spies insists he retired from rugby on his own terms, but has taken a swipe at Montpellier for the manner in which they dismissed him.
Former Springbok and Bulls No 8 Pierre Spies has written a heart-warming letter following his retirement from professional rugby.
Springbok No 8 Pierre Spies has been released early from his contract by French club Montpellier.
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The Barbarians have added new players from Italy, Argentina and the USA to their squad preparing to face Worcester Warriors.
Former Springboks Bakkies Botha, Wynand Olivier and Pierre Spies have been named in the Barbarians squad to face Samoa.
Bakkies Botha and Pierre Spies will start for the World XV when they tackle Japan in Tokyo.
No 8 Pierre Spies says he is available should the Springboks still require his services.
Japanese club Kintetsu Liners have confirmed the signing of Springboks Pierre Spies and Damian de Allende.
The SA revolution sweeping Montpellier continues with news that Springbok and Bulls No 8 Pierre Spies will join the Top 14 club in February.
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