SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says acquiring private investors doesn’t mean the governing body plans on “selling the Springboks”.
Mark Alexander, president of the South African Rugby Union (SARU), is eager to “accelerate” plans to grow the game following his re-election to the role in Cape Town on Friday.
The Springboks will kick off the season with a three-Test series against Wales in front of tens of thousands of spectators as the restriction on SA stadium attendance has been eased.
SA Rugby will be formally charging suspended Western Province Rugby Union president Zelt Marais for bringing the game into disrepute.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander has congratulated Lukhanyo Am after the Springbok centre was shortlisted for the International Rugby Players Men’s Try of the Year Award.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the organisation lost hundreds of millions due to the government’s no-crowd policy during the British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa.
A joint SA Rugby committee has been appointed to intervene in Western Province’s affairs to assess if any ‘reckless decisions and spending’ have been made.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander has addressed the lack of transformation at provincial level after only three unions managed to achieve the set targets last season.
Mark Alexander says with the help of government, SA Rugby will be able to navigate the challenges posed by Covid-19 despite the fact that the original Lions tour schedule is subject to review due to the pandemic and its predicted progression.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander is desperate to boost the economy by clearing any impediments to South Africa hosting the British & Irish Lions tour.