The misconduct case brought by World Rugby against SA Rugby and director of rugby Rassie Erasmus is set to begin on Tuesday, and now is the chance for you to vote on what the outcome should be.
Erasmus and his employers were formally charged by World Rugby following the director of rugby producing a video in which he criticised match officials during the series against the British & Irish Lions.
During the 62-minute video, Erasmus highlighted a host of officiating discrepancies in the first Test of the series.
England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Australia have reportedly applied pressure on World Rugby to make an example of Erasmus with a lengthy suspension from the game, a fine for SA Rugby and some have even suggested that South Africa could be stripped of their series win.
An SARugbymag poll revealed that 85% of readers believed Erasmus was perfectly justified in publicly airing his grievances while 10% felt he should have done so behind closed doors.
Should Erasmus and SA Rugby be punished, or should World Rugby be held responsible for failing to address the long-standing issues raised in the video?
The case is on track to be heard tomorrow and it remains to be seen what sanctions Erasmus, SA Rugby and the Boks will face.
How can justice best be served?