The game will be poorer without the talents of Israel Folau, but the entire saga is a lesson in the importance of open dialogue and tolerance over sensitive subjects, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Rassie Erasmus should not coach the Bulls in next year’s Super Rugby tournament, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
The Springboks will need to be mentally prepared for their Rugby Championship matches in Australia and New Zealand, writes JOHN PLUMTREE.
Paarl and Stellenbosch schoolboys should represent Boland and not Western Province at Craven Week, argues THEO GARRUN.
The Springboks can expect an aerial bombardment and all-out attack at the set piece from England, writes BRENDAN VENTER.
Rassie Erasmus and Eddie Jones will have one eye on the World Cup during the June Test series, writes JOHN PLUMTREE.
Siya Kolisi’s appointment as Springbok captain is based on merit rather than transformation, writes BRENDAN VENTER in his first SARugbymag.co.za column.
The Springboks can be expected to have a new vigour for the physicality of the game under the guidance of coach Rassie Erasmus, writes OMAR MOUNEIMNE.
Willie le Roux must earn a recall to the Boks in order to add some much-needed experience to the back three in June, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
South Africa’s six franchises could have been part of the Champions Cup extravaganza if not for a flawed decision to stick with Sanzaar in 2014, writes JON CARDINELLI.