Two-time World Cup-winner Frans Steyn has confirmed he will return to South Africa in January 2020.
Nine interesting facts about the Springboks and their World Cup history after they claimed their third title by downing England 32-12 in Yokohama.
2007 World Cup-winner Frans Steyn believes he’s a lot more serious about playing in a final this time around, while Pieter-Steph du Toit says the Boks will draw a line in the sand.
Rassie on what another RWC win would do for South Africa as a nation and why he respects Eddie Jones for his media mind games and work ethic.
All the stats and facts for the World Cup final between South Africa and England in Yokohama on Saturday.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus says experienced back Frans Steyn has been a calming influence on the team during the high-pressure week of a World Cup final.
Rassie Erasmus on telling eight players that they won’t feature in the quarter-final, while Matt Proudfoot comments on his valuable coaching stint in Japan.
The Springboks will need to adjust their approach when they meet Canada under the roof at the Kobe Misaki Stadium, writes JON CARDINELLI in Kobe.
Rassie Erasmus says it’s sad that some people saw something ‘negative’ and misread the situation involving Makazole Mapimpi and a celebration huddle for bench players after Friday’s match against Italy.
Experienced utility back Frans Steyn can add all-round value to the Springboks’ cause, writes JON CARDINELLI.