Jean de Villiers, Schalk Burger and John Smit share some hilarious stories about their playing days, while also chatting about Kamp Staaldraad and what rugby can learn from the Covid-19-enforced lockdown.
All Blacks captain Sam Cane shares his thoughts on how much he missed rugby during lockdown, the lessons he learned during his lengthy injury lay-off and the responsibility of upholding the legacy of the famous black jersey.
A look at how members of the Stormers squad assisted with a delivery of 1350 kg of food to old age homes earlier this week, as part of their involvement in Pick n Pay’s #feedthenation initiative.
Check out how the Sharks and management staff have been preparing Kings Park and their training base ahead of a return to restricted, non-contact training and gym sessions from Monday, 8 June.
Damian Willemse shares his thoughts on not being able to run out on to the field with his Stormers teammates, linking up with new signing Warrick Gelant, his position as flyhalf and what he has been up to during lockdown.
Former Springbok captain John Smit discusses some of the inspirational outreach work he has been involved in during the lockdown period, while touching on an unexpected positive that local players could take away from this unexpected break.
Check out Warrick Gelant receiving a special delivery during lockdown. What are your thoughts on seeing the Stormers fullback in his new team’s jersey?
Loose forward Sikhumbuzo Notshe opens up about his move to the Sharks, and highlights a unique question he answered on arrival in Durban to help set his career on a new path.
Following their previous video which went viral, check out the Stormers forwards facing off against the backs in another hilarious edition of their Bad Jokes challenge during lockdown.
The Stormers players remained active by embracing fitness challenges and even took part in a cake bake-off during week five of South Africa’s national lockdown.