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SPRINGBOKS

‘Kolbe not too small for Test rugby’

Four former Springboks on whether Cheslin Kolbe's size would count against him at international level and if he could move to scrumhalf.


Jantjies blow for Lions, Boks

Elton Jantjies has been ruled out for three to four weeks after fracturing a finger against the Jaguares on Saturday.


Coetzee’s five Bok bolters

JON CARDINELLI looks at five uncapped players who have impressed in the early stages of 2016 and should be considered for Allister Coetzee’s Test squad this June.


Jantjies ready for Bok return

Elton Jantjies, who is on the cover of the latest SA Rugby magazine, will get a well deserved second shot with the Boks in June.


Duane must report for Bok duty

SA Rugby has instructed Duane Vermeulen to report to the Springbok squad on 5 June no matter what sanctions Toulon may impose on him.


Coetzee: Van Graan going nowhere

Allister Coetzee has denied Johann van Graan's request to be released from his Springbok contract.


Van Graan to join Heyneke at Bath?

Bok assistant coach Johann van Graan has been linked with a coaching role at English club Bath.


‘Best players must play for Boks’

Four former Springboks on whether overseas-based players should be picked for the national team.


Le Roux off to Wasps?

Sharks fullback Willie le Roux has been linked with a move to Wasps ahead of the 2016-17 season.


Proudfoot joins Bok coaches

SA Rugby has confirmed that Matt Proudfoot will join the Springbok coaching staff and take charge of the team's scrummaging, breakdown and contact areas.


Proudfoot set for Bok coaching role

Matt Proudfoot looks in line to officially join Allister Coetzee's coaching team at the Springboks.


All Blacks deliberately ‘poisoned’

Rory Steyn, former chief bodyguard to Nelson Mandela, believes betting syndicates were behind the poisoning of the All Blacks before the 1995 World Cup final.


Bacher backs Mbalula’s ban

Former Cricket SA boss Ali Bacher has backed sports minister Fikile Mbablula’s ban on SA Rugby regarding the hosting of major international events.


SA Rugby can’t bid for major events

Minister of sport Fikile Mbalula has revoked SA Rugby's right to host and bid for international tournaments after failing to meet its agreed transformation targets.


Erasmus to quit SA Rugby

Rassie Erasmus is set to leave South African rugby to take up a position as director of rugby at Munster.


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