Coetzee’s Boks worst ever

Logic suggests that the pain of 2016 ended for Springbok supporters when the final whistle sounded on statistically the worst year of Bok rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Appointing Coetzee a mistake

South Africa’s rugby bosses need to admit they got it wrong in appointing Allister Coetzee and they need to advertise the position of Bok coach, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Wallabies snatch late win

The Wallabies turned back the clock to last year's World Cup to again triumph over Scotland by a single point at Murrayfield, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Bumbling Boks to stumble again

The Springboks will lose to England. It won’t be the humiliation of the Durban debacle against the All Blacks but it will be as emphatic, writes MARK KEOHANE.

England expects

The Springboks have been warned that one of the most astute coaches in the game is plotting their downfall, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Incredible Ireland stun All Blacks

Ireland turned history makers in Chicago to beat the All Blacks 40-29 in a historic first-ever win in 111 years, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Wallabies whip Wales

Australia brushed aside the challenge of Wales to triumph 32-8 in Cardiff, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Boks are in denial

The habit of making excuses for Springbok losses needs to stop, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Why is Bok sponsor so silent?

Brett Levy, Blue Label Telecoms’ joint CEO, must curse the day he described the experience of joining with Springbok rugby as one of reinvention and renewal, writes MARK KEOHANE.

Best man should lead Boks

The Springbok captain, post-Adriaan Strauss, must be a first-choice player whose selection is never disputed, writes MARK KEOHANE.

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