• Hencus van Wyk and Khutha Mchunu will boost the Cheetahs front row stocks

    Front row duo to boost Cheetahs

    The Cheetahs have announced the signings of prop duo Hencus van Wyk and Khutha...
    Wasps in the Premiership

    Premiership final gets the go-ahead

    Wasps have confirmed they will be able to continue preparation for Saturday’s Premiership final...
    Springboks flyhalf Elton Jantjies

    Plenty to ponder as Boks explore depth at 10

    The serious injury to Handre Pollard will force the Springbok coaches to explore other...
    The British & Irish Lions line up

    Gatland: Japan will offer stern test before SA tour

    British & Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland says a warm-up clash with Japan will...
    Wallabies player Matt To'omua

    Wallabies lose To’omua for Tri-Nations

    The Wallabies have suffered a significant blow ahead of the Tri- Nations after it...
    Bok team against Wallabies

    Aussie boss ‘disappointed’ by Bok decision

    Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan says they were ‘perplexed’ by the decision for the...
    Owen Farrell André Esterhuizen

    Jones: Farrell ‘working on’ tackle technique

    England coach Eddie Jones says captain Owen Farrell has been correcting his technique while...

    Watch: Campo admits ‘eating humble pie’

    David Campese admits he’s eating humble pie following the All Blacks’ 20-point win over...

    Sharks get timely injury boost

    Sharks coach Sean Everitt has confirmed that four key players, including Springbok wing Sbu...
    BLOEMFONTEIN, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 10: Frans Steyn of Toyota Cheetahs and Niel Marais of Pakisa Pumas during the Super Rugby Unlocked match between Toyota Cheetahs and Phakisa Pumas at Toyota Stadium on October 10, 2020 in Bloemfontein, South Africa. (Photo by Frikkie Kapp/Gallo Images)

    Value added to Steyn’s role for Cheetahs

    Frans Steyn’s value to the Cheetahs will only be heightened following the unfortunate injury...
    Willie le Roux fails to secure the ball in the air

    Rewind: Springboks vs Japan (RWC 2019)

    On this day one year ago, the Springboks booked a World Cup semi-final face-off...
    Pote Human

    Human heads home to Shimlas

    Former Vodacom Bulls coach Pote Human is set to return to Bloemfontein following confirmation...
    PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 26: David Kriel of the Bulls on the offensive during the SuperFan Saturday match between Vodacom Bulls and Cell C Sharks at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on September 26, 2020 in Pretoria, South Africa. (Photo by Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images)

    Kriel looking to grab Bulls opportunity

    Vodacom Bulls youngster David Kriel says he cannot wait to show his worth at...
    Tony Brown

    Brown back in Highlanders hot seat

    The Highlanders have confirmed the appointment of Tony Brown as the team’s new head...
    Bok reflections

    ‘Best team environment I’ve experienced’

    In the next part of this on-the-ground docuseries, Faf de Klerk confirms what sets...