Pieter-Steph du Toit is hoping for a successful 2015 season with the Sharks and Springboks.
Saru CEO Jurie Roux says the growing trend of other countries poaching South African rugby players at a young age is worrying.
Injured Springbok captain Jean de Villiers is determined to be fit and ready for the World Cup in September and October.
Montpellier president Mohed Altrad has 'categorically denied' reports linking Bismarck and Jannie du Plessis to the French club.
Saru has undergone an internal restructuring to simplify the identification, development and monitoring of players for all national teams.
The Springboks will face the All Blacks at Ellis Park during the 2015 Rugby Championship.
Victor Matfield top-scored with 62 as the Springboks beat the Proteas by five wickets in their T20 cricket match at the Wanderers.
Handré Pollard is one of five nominees for the SA Player of the Year award.
Ex-All Blacks coach John Mitchell says the Springboks are predictable and that New Zealand continue to lead the way in terms of offloading.
Jean de Villiers on Thursday underwent successful surgery in Stellenbosch on the left knee he injured in Cardiff.
International rugby referee Craig Joubert has been appointed as one of the two umpires for the Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup match at the Wanderers on Friday.
Jonathan Kaplan says Irish referee John Lacey made a 'poor decision' when sending Cornal Hendricks to the sin bin in Cardiff.
Former Springbok lock Hannes Strydom is in a stable condition at a Pretoria hospital after an attempted hijacking.
Willem Alberts will captain the Springboks against the Proteas in the Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup T20 match on Friday.
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