Pieter-Steph du Toit – South Africa's standout player in 2016 – needs to be managed carefully in the lead-up to the 2019 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.
World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year Seabelo Senatla was one of the few bright lights on the South African rugby landscape last year, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Daniel Kötze, a former Vodacom Cup player, is making the most of his time in France, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.
After a 2016 season of mixed fortunes, Elton Jantjies again finds himself at the crossroads, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Springboks need to build a team around Duane Vermeulen in 2017, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Anton Lienert-Brown, the man his mates simply call ‘Alby’, has been a bolt out of the blue for the All Blacks in 2016, writes MARC HINTON.
For one of the best wings the game has seen, the man they call 'The Bus' has had his issues to overcome, writes MARC HINTON.
England have a combination at Nos 10 and 12 that is threatening to wreak havoc, writes MARTIN GILLINGHAM.
The big enforcer, Eben Etzebeth, will lead the physical charge when the Springboks go hunting an important win against England at Twickenham, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Ox Nche has presented himself as more than just a Free State front-row heavyweight, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Pieter-Steph du Toit has been a consistent performer for the Springboks in a difficult season, and is deserving of the 2016 SA Rugby Player of the Year award, writes JON CARDINELLI.
For a young man going places very, very quickly, All Blacks flank Ardie Savea certainly has learned to be patient, writes MARC HINTON.
Michael Hooper’s selection at openside flank for the Wallabies continues to cause debate, writes MARK CASHMAN.
Johan Goosen’s return provided the Springboks with more attacking and kicking options, writes JON CARDINELLI.
A national coaching blueprint should have been formulated and enforced last November, not in the week leading up to the 2017 Super Rugby tournament, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Don't blame backline coach Mzwandile Stick for the Springboks' dismal 2016 season, writes SIMON BORCHARDT, blame the people who appointed him.
The Springboks are once again facing the prospect of being underprepared for the June series against France, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
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