SARugbymag.co.za's panel of experts on who they're pleased to see in the Springbok squad, who was unlucky to miss out, and whether 36 players is too many for a tour with no midweek matches.
The Springbok lock chats to MyPlayers ahead of the Springboks' end-of-year tour.
Heyneke Meyer says the Springboks need to lift their game if they're to maintain their unbeaten run under his guidance during the November Tests.
Heyneke Meyer intends to utilise Coenie Oosthuizen at tighthead prop during the Boks' end-of-year tour.
The All Blacks captain tried his hand at ice hockey at the United Center.
Total Rugby looks at the Springboks' pool at the 2015 World Cup which includes Samoa, Scotland, Japan and USA.
Two players, both with a point to prove, will face off against each other at Twickenham on Saturday, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Michael Cheika has selected Will Genia and Quade Cooper as his halfback combination for his first match as Wallabies coach against the Barbarians on Saturday.
Sonny Bill Williams will start at inside centre for the All Blacks against the USA in Chicago on Saturday.
Western Province are set to sign Pumas tighthead prop Vincent Koch as they look to replace their departing front rankers.
Armand van der Merwe has produced several explosive performances for the Lions, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Former Springbok captain Corné Krige believes Nizaam Carr can make the desired impact on the end-of-year tour. BRENTON CHELIN reports.
Western Province captain Juan de Jongh will start at outside centre for the Barbarians in their match against Australia at Twickenham on Saturday.
The best five-pointers from this past weekend's European Champions Cup matches.
New Sharks director of rugby Gary Gold says he'll bring an attacking philosophy to Durban.
Heyneke Meyer has picked a squad that can win all four Tests this November and simultaneously build towards the 2015 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Nizaam Carr represents a victory for measured player development in South Africa and is ready to be a Bok, writes RYAN VREDE.
There's a reason it's called ‘finals’ rugby – and the naivety of the Golden Lions lost them the Currie Cup final more than Western Province won it, writes MARK KEOHANE.
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