In his first media appearance as a Springbok squad member, Rosko Specman has spoken about his journey from the sevens scene, his nickname and learning from his teammates.
Former Sharks and EP Elephants flyhalf Inny Radebe has confirmed that he will be calling time on his rugby career. DYLAN JACK reports.
United Rugby Championship CEO Martin Anayi says South African teams will add competitiveness to the newly-formed United Rugby Championship as he allayed concerns around any negative side effects of competition expansion. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
Loose forward Hacjivah Dayimani is set to make his debut for Western Province in their Currie Cup opener against the Blue Bulls on Saturday.
Tuks captain Sango Xamlashe will lead the Blue Bulls in what will be his Currie Cup debut when they face Western Province at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
Check out World Rugby’s newly launched sevens campaign – ‘This Is How We Sevens’ – as excitement builds towards the Tokyo Olympic Games, which kicks off in under 50 days.
The Blues have made just one change to their starting XV, while the Highlanders have named an unchanged team for the Trans-Tasman final between the sides at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday.
Wallaby centre Samu Kerevi has been included in Australia’s 12-man squad that will compete in the pre-Olympics Oceania Sevens Championship.
Environmental group Greenpeace is pressing New Zealand Rugby to call off a proposed sponsorship deal with a UK-based petrochemicals manufacturer.
Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett has heaped praise on Rassie Erasmus for his attention to detail, emotional intelligence and contributions to rugby in South Africa.