Often unheralded, the assistant coaches in the British & Irish Lions and Bok camps will have key roles to play. SA Rugby magazine takes a closer look.
Faf de Klerk has all the attributes to be a match-winner for the Springboks against the British & Irish Lions, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Matt Proudfoot has reflected on how Rassie Erasmus’ arrival as Bok coach provided ‘clarity in terms of how the team should play to their strengths’.
South Africa’s involvement in the Champions Cup is a mouth-watering prospect, writes former Springbok STEFAN TERBLANCHE.
The captain’s challenge law trial is good for the game, writes former Springbok captain JEAN DE VILLIERS.
Lood de Jager has had to find the strength to overcome a series of serious injuries, which left him questioning his future in the game, writes JON CARDINELLI in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
South African rugby’s contracting model has required some creative thinking when it comes to assembling the best squad, writes SIMNIKIWE XABANISA in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
For rugby to go to the next level, it needs a lot to attract the younger generation. But how can the sport achieve the attention of younger fans given the stiff global competition?
Johan Goosen will arrive at the Bulls with the opportunity to revitalise his career, writes CLINTON VAN DER BERG in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
Rosko Specman is showing no signs of slowing down as he continues to embrace new challenges at the Cheetahs, writes JON CARDINELLI in the latest SA Rugby magazine.