We asked two of our team members: Who should be named South Africa's Player of the Year?
We asked two of our team members: Should Springboks be playing for the Barbarians against Fiji at Twickenham on Saturday?
We asked two of our team members: Will the success of the Springboks' season rest on the result against France?
We asked two of our team members: What is Springbok utility back Willie le Roux's best position?
We asked two of our team members: Which player will have the greatest influence on the Currie Cup final?
We asked two of our team members: Should Schalk Burger go on the Springboks' end-of-year tour?
We asked two rugby magazine editors: Did Bismarck du Plessis's leading elbow on Liam Messam warrant a straight red card at Eden Park?
We asked two of our team members: Which absent Springbok is the team missing the most?
We asked two of our team members: Should there be a quota system in the Vodacom Cup?
We asked senior sports writer RYAN VREDE and junior sports writer GARETH DUNCAN: In which position can the Springboks least afford to lose their frontline player for the Castle Rugby Championship?
We asked chief sports writer JON CARDINELLI and junior sports writer GARETH DUNCAN: Will the Lions fare better or worse in 2014 than the Kings did in 2013?
We asked SARugbymag.co.za editor SIMON BORCHARDT and senior sports writer RYAN VREDE: Would it be good for South Africa to break away from Super Rugby?
We asked chiefs sports writer JON CARDINELLI and junior sports writer GARETH DUNCAN: What area of the game has been the most problematic in 2013?
We asked senior sports writer RYAN VREDE and HSM sports editorial director GARY LEMKE: Who has been South Africa's best player in the league phase of Super Rugby?
In-form Lions players emphatically vindicated their selections for the Springboks during the June series against France, which bodes well for the business end of Super Rugby, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Springboks have embraced uncompromising defence as part of their new team identity and the results have been emphatic, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The British & Irish Lions must be prepared to win 'ugly' if they are to level the Test series against the All Blacks in Wellington on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
An attack from Liam Williams close to his tryline resulted in a score for Sean O'Brien at the other end of the field.View all videos