A once-great Bulls franchise faces a fight for respect and relevance in 2019, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Sevens star Rosko Specman tells DYLAN JACK that the time is right for him to focus on fifteens.
Muller du Plessis’ childhood training programme, developed by his father, gave him a crucial head start in rugby, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
In an SA Rugby magazine exclusive, Springbok coach RASSIE ERASMUS explains how Pieter-Steph du Toit proved him wrong during a dominant 2018 Test season.
In the 19th instalment of a series on black rugby legends, JOHN GOLIATH looks back at the career of former Kwaru and Saru prop Lucky Mange.
Aphiwe Dyantyi’s unforgettable 2018 season culminated in a World Rugby award, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Faf de Klerk established himself as one of the Springboks’ most influential players in 2018, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Former Test referee Jonathan Kaplan on recent controversial calls, the role of the TMO, the benefits of a two-referee system and having only two South African referees on World Rugby’s panel.
MARIETTE ADAMS chats to former Springbok wing Cornal Hendricks, who will make his return to professional rugby in 2019 with the Bulls after a serious heart condition had threatened to end his career.
In the 18th instalment of a series on black rugby legends, JOHN GOLIATH looks back at the career of former Boland and Saru flyhalf Silvin Isaacs.