With the B&I Lions series fast approaching and key men still injured, we take a look at the options the Springboks have at lock.
All will not be lost for the Stormers even if Springbok hooker Bongi Mbonambi opts to leave Cape Town, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The PRO14 Rainbow Cup is a window to South African rugby’s future. It’s critical for the industry that this opportunity remains open for action, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The expected signing of Jacques du Plessis means that the Vodacom Bulls will boast a back row that will be the envy of South African franchises, writes DYLAN JACK.
As the British & Irish Lions series looms, CRAIG LEWIS picks six players who could be bolters for the Springbok squad.
JP Pietersen retired without much fanfare, but his impact on the game will never be forgotten, writes SIMNIKIWE XABANISA in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
In rugby, familiarity breeds success and, with South Africa’s 2019 Rugby World Cup championship squad scattered across the globe, the imminent British & Irish Lions tour is a unique race to cohesion, writes ZELIM NEL.
Raymond Rhule was dropped by the Springboks for his defensive frailties and now he plays in the most defensively demanding position on the pitch. ANDRE-PIERRE CRONJE chronicles Rhule’s resurgence in France.
A spark in form from players such as Damian de Allende should give rise to cautious optimism as the Springboks build towards the British & Irish Lions series, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
While defence guru Jacques Nienaber is head coach of a Bok team renowned for pragmatism, the touring British & Irish Lions should anticipate a few surprises, writes ANDRE-PIERRE CRONJE.