Jan Serfontein made the most of his opportunity to start for the Springboks in June, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Courtnall Skosan completed a remarkable journey to Springbok honours when he started all three Tests against France in June, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Juarno Augustus appears destined to play for the Springboks, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.
Kings and South Africa A wing Makazole Mapimpi knows his way to the tryline, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
Ryan Kankowski’s running game and experience will boost the Golden Lions’ Currie Cup team, writes CLINTON VAN DER BERG.
Former Stormers forward Michael Rhodes won’t be eligible to play for England until November 2018, but he has already caught Eddie Jones’ eye. MARTIN GILLINGHAM reports.
Sharks and Junior Boks star Curwin Bosch wants to settle at flyhalf, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Chris Cloete’s inclusion in the South Africa A squad was just reward for an outstanding Super Rugby season, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
In this extract from his new book, Being a Black Springbok, Thando Manana looks back at a pre-season camp with the Bulls Super 12 team in 2001 and a rare night spent cuddling in the arms of Victor Matfield.
Ruan Pienaar said a tearful goodbye to Ulster after he and the Irish province were forced to part ways, writes JONATHAN BRADLEY.
New Bulls boss John Mitchell talks to SIMON BORCHARDT about his role at the union, mentoring Nollis Marais, and how he’s grown as a coach since leaving the Lions.
Former Saru lock and captain Salie Fredericks passed away on Thursday. GARY BOSHOFF looked back on his career in a recent issue of SA Rugby magazine.
Schalk Burger is enjoying Saracens’ South African-influenced culture, writes MARTIN GILLINGHAM.
Jake White’s stint at Montpellier ended in failure, because he misread the French psyche, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.
Elton Jantjies must make a timely statement in this Rugby Championship campaign as Handré Pollard nears full fitness, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
A second-place finish for the Springboks in the Rugby Championship would signify progress – but only in the context of a nightmare two-year period, writes JON CARDINELLI.
SA Rugby has only itself to blame for the sad demise of the Currie Cup, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
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