Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has named his team for their Rugby World Cup quarter-final clash against Japan.
An explicit video of a nude woman has been loaded on to a free pornographic website citing the name of Fiona Viotti, the water polo coach who resigned amid allegations of a sexual affair with a matric pupil.
Convicted child rapist Nicholas Ninow has been sentenced to life in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.
For the fourth match in a row, the Springboks will face a team that either has Afrikaans speakers or South African-born coaches or players in the squad.
After a week-long trial in September, Judge Mokhine Mosopa found Nicholas Ninow guilty of rape, the possession of an illegal substance and defeating the ends of justice.
Frans Steyn being the only Bok outside back substitute for the “QF” clearly indicates the brains trust are content with his conditioning, says Rob Houwing.
The lawyer for former Bishops Diocesan College teacher Fiona Viotti, who is accused of serious sexual misconduct involving a pupil, says he is investigating a reported leak of an alleged lewd video of her, and has warned that sharing it is illegal.
Springbok players lead Japanese counterparts 32-0 in total when it comes to prior presence in World Cup knockout matches, writes Rob Houwing.
Parents of Bishops pupils have expressed shock over allegations that ex-sports coach Fiona Viotti had a sexual relationship with an 18-year-old matric pupil.
Taking the stand to testify in mitigation of sentence in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, Ninow told the court that since his arrest, he is still using drugs despite being incarcerated.