Stokkies Hanekom will start at flyhalf for the Golden Lions against Western Province at Newlands after Jaco van der Walt withdrew due to injury.
Curwin Bosch will start at fullback for SA Schools against England in Stellenbosch on Saturday.
The Wallabies scrumhalf gets dunked and then makes his own nominations.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu says South Africa deserves to have a Springbok team representative of its rainbow nation.
EP Kings captain Luke Watson says he expects a hostile reception from the Blue Bulls fans at Loftus on Saturday. BRENTON CHELIN reports.
KwaZulu-Natal rivals Glenwood and Hilton College will no longer meet on the rugby field.
Where you should put your money on the Rugby Championship and Currie Cup this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.
The respective No 8s will have key roles to play in yet another bruising breakdown scrap between Argentina and South Africa, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Handré Pollard's kicking game will need to be on point for the Springboks to win convincingly in Salta this Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Joost van der Westhuizen did his part to raise awareness and funds for research on motor neurone disease.
The Bulls wing on learning his skills from soccer, running 100m in under 10 seconds, and going up against his twin brother on the field.
Heyneke Meyer says it's only fair to give Handré Pollard and Damian de Allende another starting opportunity against Argentina in Salta on Saturday.
Featuring an underwater Test, a memorable Rupeni Caucaunibuca try, the Wallabies and of course, the All Blacks.
Flyhalf Kurtley Beale will have to be at his best if the Wallabies are to beat the All Blacks at Eden Park on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
The early-season favourites clash at Newlands on Saturday in what should be an enthralling affair, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
The result in Sydney was more important than the one in Pretoria in the context of the Springboks’ Rugby Championship title prospects, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Lions have shown what can be achieved with the right attitude, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
Handré Pollard would have learned valuable lessons from the Springboks' Rugby Championship opener but Morné Steyn is the man for Salta, writes RYAN VREDE.
The Wallabies scrumhalf gets dunked and then makes his own nominations.View all videos