Pierre Spies has re-entered a rugby landscape vastly different to the one he left, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former Stormers fullback Joe Pietersen made an instant impact at flyhalf for the Cheetahs, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
A fitter, on-form Frans Steyn will add great value to the Sharks and Springboks in 2015, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Juan de Jongh can end his time in the Springbok wilderness if he consistently adds substance to style, writes RYAN VREDE.
Adriaan Strauss will be a central part of the Bulls’ and Springboks’ campaigns in 2015, writes RYAN VREDE.
Jaco Kriel’s game-breaking ability makes him a unique prospect among South Africa’s openside contenders, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Oupa Mohoje had a dream 2014 season but almost quit the game two years before, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Werner Kok’s decision to stick with sevens has paid off big time, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
Pat Lambie has become an important part of the Springbok match 23, writes MARK KEOHANE.
Cobus Reinach can be an asset for the Springboks at the 2015 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Former SA U21 fullback Scott Spedding has been warmly embraced by his adopted nation, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.
Rory Kockott has yet to convince the French public that he is passionate about Les Bleus, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.
Schalk Burger still has a role to play for the Boks, as a starter or substitute, writes JON CARDINELLI.
From the schoolboy too big to lift in the lineouts, Brodie Retallick has become close to the complete lock for the All Blacks, writes MARC HINTON.
The performance of South Africa's sporting teams should always be put into perspective, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
The Lions’ three outstanding wins in Australasia showed why they are a franchise on the rise, writes JON CARDINELLI.
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