Blitzboks, beaten by Samoa, fail to make quarter-finals for the first time since 2013
The Springbok Sevens team were knocked out of the Toulouse Sevens tournament after failing to make the quarter-finals for the first time...
CJ Stander's stark warning to Duane's World Cup doubters: 'You can't write him off'
Former Ireland star CJ Stander has warned the local rugby fraternity not to doubt the enduring value of Duane Vermeulen.
Tense Nche-Kitshoff tussle moves up a notch
The left-shoulder scrum potency of Messrs Nche and Kitshoff is a cornerstone of the Sharks’ and Stormers' URC dreams, says Rob Houwing.
Wales coach accepts pressure as Springboks loom after Italy loss
Wales coach Wayne Pivac understands he is in a job "where everybody is watching your every move" following a dispiriting defeat by Italy.
CJ Stander understands Rassie 'water boy' ban, but questions effect: 'Always ways around it'
SA's former Ireland star CJ Stander "understands" why World Rugby has implemented a trial to stop Rassie Erasmus' "water boy" days, but...
Sibusiso Mjikeliso | Will Mthethwa force SA Rugby to act against Roux, like he intervened at CSA?
Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa is the only person that holds the hidden legal opinion that holds Jurie Roux’s fate, but will he force his...
SA Rugby given option to 'settle' and sever ties with CEO Jurie Roux
A mutual agreement settlement with CEO Jurie Roux is one of the options at SA Rugby's disposal in ending the protracted and messy saga,...
Dan Biggar retains Wales captaincy for SA tour, despite presence of Alun Wyn Jones
Wales coach Wayne Pivac has named a 33-man squad for their upcoming three-Test series against the Springboks.
SA Rugby seeks further legal assistance as Jurie Roux's willing to go to ConCourt
SA Rugby has consulted another legal consultant, this time labour expert Lewis Rosen to assist them in coming to a decision over its...
Sports minister calls for 'urgent' resolution in Jurie Roux, SA Rugby matter
Sports, Arts and Culture minister Nathi Mthethwa has impressed on SA Rugby to conclude the Jurie Roux matter with the necessary urgency...
Rassie responds to 'water boy' ban: Director of coaching a much better title for me!
Rassie Erasmus has provided a witty response to World Rugby's law amendments on the role of water carrier.
Rassie Erasmus' days as 'water boy' over as World Rugby trials new regulations
Rassie Erasmus' days as Springbok "water boy" appear to be over.
OPINION | Rugby and cricket, past twin separatist tools, now at polar ends of racial unity
Once pawns to the apartheid political game, rugby and cricket have never been as far apart in their perceptions of racial unity as they...
SA Rugby set to face more hard questions over ongoing Jurie Roux case
SA Rugby will have to face the Parliamentary Sports Portfolio committee on Tuesday with the Jurie Roux matter being top of the agenda.
Rassie: 'We gave up' - 5 takeaways from Two Sides, Episode 1
Herman Mostert highlights five talking points from Episode 1 of Two Sides, a three-part documentary series on the British & Irish Lions’...
SA can assemble formidable 'Emerging Boks' XV
That SA rugby is bulging with talent at present would be reflected if you picked a SA 'A'-type of side right now. Rob Houwing has a stab.
Springboks to face Rugby World Cup opponents Ireland in November Test
Ireland will face a stern examination of their 2023 Rugby World Cup credentials when they host world champions South Africa and Australia...
British Lions tour documentary hits the small screen: 'It will be jaw-dropping stuff'
An anecdotal documentary series, Two Sides, is coming to television screens this Sunday. Executive producer Gareth Whittaker talks to...
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