The highly anticipated World Cup kicks off this Friday. Make sure you grab our bumper 164-page special edition of the new SA Rugby magazine, on sale this week!
Christian Lealiifano has overcome leukaemia and reignited his rugby career with renewed purpose, writes TOM DECENT.
All Blacks flank Sam Cane never doubted he’d rebuild his broken body to take his shot at history this year, writes MARC HINTON.
Former Bok prop Julian Redelinghuys’ life changed when he suffered a serious neck injury in a 2016 Currie Cup game. This is the story of how his career crumbled and how his life was rebuilt. Interview by RYAN VREDE.
Experienced utility back Frans Steyn can add all-round value to the Springboks’ cause, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Gwijo squad are adding a unique flavour of festivity at stadium around the country, writes SIBUSISO MJIKELISO.
Coaches Mzwakhe Nkosi and Phiwe Nomolomo share a strong bond that has benefitted the SA Schools squads, writes DYLAN JACK.
Faf de Klerk’s energy has breathed new life into the Springbok attack, writes JON CARDINELLI.
After a challenging season on and off the field, the Blitzboks are determined to complete a successful rebuilding phase, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.
In a feature from SA Rugby magazine, DYLAN JACK caught up with former Namibia captain and Saracens flank Jacques Burger.