Former World Cup-winning captain John Smit reflects on his first-hand experience of the Springboks’ success in 2019, touches on the dual role of hookers Bongi Mbonambi and Malcolm Marx while agreeing the national side could be set for long-term success.
The contractual cases involving Springboks Pieter-Steph du Toit and Malcolm Marx may not be cut and dried just yet, according to Sunday newspaper Rapport.
Take a look at this inspiring message from members of the World Cup-winning Springbok squad following the launch of a charity initiative to raise funds for hunger alleviation, through a raffle of cherished team memorabilia.
The Lions’ hopes of a revival have taken a hit as yet another member of the golden generation has committed to an overseas club, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Springbok and Lions hooker Malcolm Marx is among a full flight of South Africans whose repatriation flight from Doha was cancelled at the last minute.
Four South Africans have been included in a Vodacom Super Rugby Team of the Decade based on home performances.
Four South Africans have been included in a Vodacom Super Rugby Team of the Decade based on away performances.
Springboks RG Snyman, Damian de Allende and Malcolm Marx have been left stranded in Japan and could be there for the duration of South Africa’s national lockdown period.
Malcolm Marx may have to wait another two weeks before he can fly back to South Africa from Japan, reports JON CARDINELLI.
Malcolm Marx, Kwagga Smith and Lionel Cronje starred for their respective teams in round six of the Japanese Top League this past weekend.