Chris Dry says competition within the Blitzboks squad is strong ahead of the upcoming first leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai.
Extra seats will be installed and 3,000 additional tickets per day made available for the previously sold-out Cape Town Sevens tournament on 9-10 December.
Stormers and Western Province loose forward Sikhumbuzo Notshe will join the Blitzboks ahead of the upcoming 2017-18 World Rugby Seven Series, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Blitzboks star Dylan Sage has been ruled out of the first two World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments as a result of a back injury.
Rosko Specman has been nominated for the 2017 World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year Award.
Blitzbok Stephan Dippenaar has retired from rugby and will join a family farming business near Moorreesburg in the Western Cape.
Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell believes Blitzboks and Lions star Kwagga Smith possesses the work ethic and attributes to also make it at the highest level in the 15-man game, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
All entry tickets for both days of the 2017 Cape Town Sevens were sold out in less than two hours on Friday.
The victorious Springbok Sevens are on the cover of the new SA Rugby magazine, on sale this week.
What Blitzboks coach Neil Powell and captain Philip Snyman had to say after the team's arrival in Cape Town on Tuesday.
Seabelo Senatla welcomed back the World Rugby Sevens Series champion Blitzboks as the crowd sung the national anthem.
What happens when the Blitzboks arrive in South Africa and no one turns up to welcome the newly crowned World Rugby Sevens Series champions.
Newly crowned World Rugby Sevens Series champs, the Blitzboks, have called for supporters to welcome them home upon their arrival in Cape Town on Tuesday.
Scotland defended their title, while the Blitzboks finished fifth.
The New Zealand Sevens tournament has been moved from Wellington to Hamilton.
The lack of Test-quality depth at scrumhalf remains a major concern for the Springboks less than two years away from the next World Cup, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Springboks' narrow win in Paris did little to alleviate tactical and personnel concerns ahead of the clashes against Italy and Wales, writes JON CARDINELLI.
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