The Springboks look set to reap the benefits of a long-term conditioning plan as well as a smart player management approach in the upcoming World Cup final, writes JON CARDINELLI in Yokohama.
The Springboks are unlikely to move away from their rigid game plan against Wales but they have to try to mix it up a bit for Sunday’s World Cup semi-final, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
The Springboks need to adopt a two-pronged approach in attack if they want to go deep into the tournament, writes former Bok hooker JAMES DALTON.
The Springboks have four weeks to sharpen their aerial and kicking skills ahead of a likely quarter-final showdown with Ireland, writes JON CARDINELLI in Nagoya.
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.