• Lions stars restore Bok buzz

      The Lions gave South African rugby fans reason to feel optimistic ahead...

      Stop over-sanitising the game

      The desire of officials to prioritise player safety should be commended, but...

      Why do Boland’s best play for WP?

      Paarl and Stellenbosch schoolboys should represent Boland and not Western Province at...

      Axing Elton not the answer

      Damian Willemse points to an exciting Springbok future but Elton Jantjies shouldn’t...

      Look in the mirror 

      The reaction to the Ashwin Willemse incident was an indictment on all...

      England to target Bok tight five, back four

      The Springboks can expect an aerial bombardment and all-out attack at the...

      What Boks can expect from England

      The Springboks can look to target England at the breakdown in what...

      SA public must be patient with Rassie

      Rassie Erasmus and Eddie Jones will have one eye on the World...

      Referees must use their heads

      Match officials should be allowed to use some common sense when adjudicating on...

      Pieter-Steph du Toit

      ‘My number changes, not my game’

      Pieter-Steph du Toit’s adaptability makes him a big asset for the Springboks, writes JON CARDINELLI in SA Rugby magazine.

      Superbru: Lions by 8-12

      Our team’s Superbru picks for this weekend’s Super Rugby quarter-finals.

      Brits bows out in style

      SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the past weekend’s English Premiership and Pro14 final as well as the French Top 14 semi-finals involving South African players.

      Get hooked with Vodacom Red

      A group of Vodacom Super Rugby stars are about to swop running lines for tight lines, and tries for tigers, as they get ready to land their biggest catch of the season in a tiger fishing safari with their fans on the Zambezi River.

      Malcolm Marx

      Mallett: Marx is the best in the world

      What NICK MALLETT had to say on SuperSport about the Super Rugby quarter-finals in Christchurch and Johannesburg.

      Henco van Wyk

      Monument fightback floors Menlopark

      Monument kept their Virseker Cup playoff hopes alive by beating Menlopark 40-26 in Krugersdorp on Saturday. THEO GARRUN reports.