2007 World Cup-winning Springbok Schalk Burger says the reaction to South Africa winning the 2019 tournament in Japan has been "crazy".
Recently retired Springbok Schalk Burger has picked the four countries he expects to make the 2019 Rugby World Cup semi-finals in Japan.
Springbok legend Schalk Burger believes that the All Blacks have "issues" heading into the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
The news that attack coach Swys de Bruin has left the Springbok camp is a setback to the national side, says former captain Jean de Villiers.
The Single Country Dakar of 2019 based solely in Peru was the shortest distance and days raced in the history of the event and now Saudi Arabia takes up the reigns.
English club Saracens have confirmed that former Springbok loose forward Schalk Burger will leave them at the end of the current European season.
Following confirmation that Schalk Burger will quit English side Saracens and return to South Africa, praise has flowed for the blonde-haired loose forward.
Schalk Burger snr has hit out at the top brass of SA Rugby, suggesting a complete overhaul is needed to improve the game in the country.
Schalk Burger says hard work lies ahead before Rassie Erasmus’ Springboks can be considered contenders to win the Rugby World Cup.
Saracens loose forward Schalk Burger has been suspended for one week after being found guilty of foul play.
In an exclusive interview, ex-Springbok flanker Schalk Burger talks about contentious refereeing at the World Cup and previews the Italy Test.
Two distinguished figures of past Springbok rugby have lauded Rassie Erasmus’s 2019 side for the high sense of togetherness in the ranks, writes Rob Houwing.
Besides the Dakar, which has now taken on legendary status among the off-road racing fraternity, there is another equally epic event that appears annually. The coveted TDR or Botswana Toyota Desert 1000.
Tributes have poured in from those in and around English club Saracens following the announcement Schalk Burger would be heading home to South Africa.
Springbok legend Schalk Burger was the centre of attention over the weekend following a potentially dangerous cleanout.
Rugby World Cup winner Schalk Burger has confirmed he is leaving Saracens at the end of the season and will head back to South Africa.
In an exclusive interview, Schalk Burger snr talks about the worrying state of SA rugby, his son’s playing career and assesses the Springboks’ fortunes.
Former Springbok flank Schalk Burger has suggested that the time is right for SA Rugby to leave SANZAAR and join forces with Europe.
Wallaby captain Michael Hooper recently became the most yellow-carded player in international rugby.
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