Bryan Habana and Jean de Villiers are on the cover of the new issue of SA Rugby magazine, on sale now.
Habana become the fourth Springbok to play 100 Tests when he started against the Wallabies in Perth, with De Villiers joining that club a week later in Wellington.
In his column, Mark Keohane says both players will leave great legacies.
'The two deserve the standing ovation. They deserve the accolades. They deserve all the applause,' he writes. 'No player flukes 100 Tests, and Habana and De Villiers have never fluked anything in their careers.
'They are class acts, as people and as rugby players.'
SA Rugby magazine also lists all of their Tests and provides the numbers that matter from their glittering careers.
Also in the new issue:
– Morné Steyn is still a match-winner for the Springboks
– Marcell Coetzee has grown into a massive asset for the Springboks
– Juan Smith capped off an incredible comeback when he started for the Springboks in Salta
– Dan Carter faces serious questions about his ability to make it through to the next World Cup
– Henry Speight’s rugby journey has taken many twists and turns
– Tera Mtembu is relishing the role of Sharks captain in this year’s Currie Cup
– Thomas du Toit has shown great promise in his first year out of school
– Nizaam Carr is pushing hard for Springbok selection
– Seabelo Senatla wants to be a Springbok but the Olympic Games remain his top priority
– Warren Whiteley followed up Commonwealth gold with a Springbok call-up
– We select a Saffas in France XV based on club form in August
– Jacques Potgieter on winning Super Rugby with the Waratahs, why he didn’t return to the Bulls, playing in Japan, and his Bok ambitions