Celebrating our Test centurions

Bryan Habana and Jean de Villiers are on the cover of the new issue of SA Rugby magazine, on sale now.


Louw blow for Springboks

The Springboks have been dealt yet another injury blow with news that flanker Francois Louw has been ruled out of the rest of the Rugby Championship.


Toulon boss wants Boks back

Toulon president Mourad Boudjellal has demanded that Bryan Habana and Bakkies Botha quit the Springboks' current Rugby Championship campaign and report for club duty.


Injuries force Kings reshuffle

Eastern Province Kings coach Carlos Spencer has made several changes for their match against the Free State Cheetahs in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.


Loop dummy results in try

Arkansas State University scrumhalf Mike Baska set up a try with a great step and unbelievable dummy.


Rugby league player mic’d up

What Willie Mason had to say during a rugby league match. Which rugby union player would you like to hear mic'd up?


Lions change one for Pumas

Martin Muller will start at No 4 lock for the Golden Lions against the Pumas at Ellis Park on Friday.


Currie Cup teams (Round 7)

Take a look at who's playing this weekend before you make your SuperBru and Fantasy League picks.


Kaplan: French referee was superb

Jonathan Kaplan has praised Jérôme Garcès for his performance in Wellington last Saturday.


Double boost for All Blacks

Jerome Kaino and Liam Messam have been included in the All Blacks squad for their away matches against the Pumas and Springboks.


WP given wake-up call

Allister Coetzee has blamed poor defence and a high turnover count for Western Province's defeat at Ellis Park. BRENTON CHELIN reports.


Quota demands are unrealistic

The government should be investing in the development of black players rather than making quota demands that South African rugby sides cannot possibly meet, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Boland coach faked qualifications

Boland coach Abe Davids has been suspended with immediate effect after he failed to bring forward his coaching qualifications to the board of directors.


Kings lose Watson for season

EP Kings captain Luke Watson has failed to recover from concussion and is unlikely to return to action until 2015.


World’s largest scrum

Twickenham had 1,008 people participate in the world’s largest ever-scrum, marking the day that tickets went on sale to the general public for the 2015 World Cup.


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