SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the Springboks’ performance at the upcoming World Cup in Japan will not determine Rassie Erasmus’ future.
John Smit has thrown his weight behind the revival of club rugby with confirmation that the Gold Cup has secured a trio of dynamic sponsors for 2019.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander has been elected to World Rugby’s executive council.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander believes Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has done a ‘great job’ on the transformation front this year. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander sent his condolences to the families and friends of three deceased members of the Swallows Rugby Football Club.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says they are close to adopting a draft system that will assist the Cheetahs and Kings with improving their squads.
SuperSport has agreed to waive the Super Rugby, Currie Cup and Springbok radio broadcast rights fees for the SABC. This follows the national broadcaster’s statement that it was unlikely to produce live radio broadcasts of the tournament due to financial challenges. ‘Frankly, it wasn’t a difficult discussion,’ SuperSport chief executive Gideon Khobane said. ‘We know and understand the realities of South… Read more →
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander has implored the SABC to reconsider its decision to scrap radio commentary for Super Rugby and the Currie Cup. CRAIG LEWIS reports. On Wednesday, TimesLIVE revealed that radio presenters and commentators had been informed late last week that SABC radio would not be able to acquire the rights for the two tournaments. It’s a decision that… Read more →
President Mark Alexander says there are no hard feelings between SA Rugby and former Bok coach Allister Coetzee. Coetzee reportedly accepted a settlement agreement of R1.8-million from SA Rugby to vacate his position as Springbok coach last week, but not before sending a scathing email in which he blamed his former bosses for his failed tenure in charge of the… Read more →